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“The Road,” releasing the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, is a powerful movie that chronicles the story of a father and son, trying to surviving in a post-apocalyptic world. This highly-anticipated film, which is an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by author Cormac McCarthy, is already a favorite for several Academy Awards. “The Road” will provide a catalytic opportunity for the faith community to spark dialogue about vital overarching questions of life, such as fear vs. faith, good vs. evil and hope vs. despair with people that they may not see in church on Sunday, but will surely join them for a movie on Saturday night. It is the questions raised, not the answers given, that will be the real take-away for audiences and the legacy impact of this compelling film.