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Deliver Us From Evil [DVD]

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  • Directors: Amy Berg
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Lions Gate Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 10 Mar. 2008
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000Z63Z24
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,592 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Amy Berg's documentary is a damning indictment of the hierarchy of the US Catholic Church who harboured paedophile priest Father Oliver O'Grady for over 30 years, in the full knowledge of his predilection, allowing him to abuse countless children in the parishes of Northern California. The film juxtaposes an extended, deeply unsettling interview with O'Grady himself with the tragic stories of his victims.

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This film doesnt preach or give one side of the argument it lets the facts and the people concerned speak for themselves and the result is moving, deeply upsetting and will make you feel very angry. Anger towards a huge organisation that so many people all over the world have so much faith in and which, as this devastating documentary shows, is at its heart a corrupt, mafia-like gang. Who, when it comes down to it will put maintaining their false image of 'holiness' and moral superiority before the protection of children from horrific child abuse. If you are catholic be warned this film drives a stake deep into the heart of the catholic church. The only hope for the catholic church lies with people like Father Doyle who are determined to bring the church to account for turning a blind eye to, and ignoring the victims of child abuse perpetrated by its own priests. Whether you are catholic or not this film needs to be seen by as wide an audience as possible to show how low an organisation that claims to stand up for truth, justice and love will stoop to hide its corruption and lies.
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An absolutely superb expose of the Catholic Church's predeliction for covering up the extensive and endemic disease of paedophile priests. It should be seen by everyone - particularly by Catholics. However, those I know just do not want to face the music - either pretending there is no problem or choosing to ignore it. Amy Berg and her team deserve the highest praise for this stunning documentary. I caught part of it on TV recently and was sufficiently impressed to buy the dvd. Money well spent.
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States how it is as far as I can tell and reveals the pathetic christian authorities as they are - gutless idiots completely lacking any moral or responsible character. They are as mentally ill as the main perpetrator, sickening in more ways than I wish to go into here. A must see.

A sobering documentary which should have more air time.
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I only caught up with this documentary the other evening, when I caught its second half while channel hopping. I was riveted throughout, caught in a turmoil of emotions - anger, outrage, disgust, desperate sympathy for the victims....

The triumph of this documentary is that it not only condemns those who wilfully allowed a predator to abuse children for decades, but it gives us some fascinating insights into why they did so. Not just for personal gain, but because the whole philosophy of the church almost makes it inevitable. As one contributor, for example, points out, "If you have a philosophy that all sex is bad and you shouldn't be doing it, then having sex with a child becomes no more heinous a crime than having sex with a woman."

The raw pain of the victims is shown without apology and is heartbreaking. But it's the choice of such a wide range of contributors that really lifts this documentary into the extraordinary.

And beyond all of this, at its heart, is a chilling series of interviews with the abuser himself. A man who seemingly has no concept of having molested anyone, no understanding of the pain he has caused and the crimes he has committed. A man who smiles and winks at the camera, is flippant in his responses, who seems to believe that no one could possibly see him as anything other than amiable and charming or could have any negative feelings towards him. A man who states, with seemingly genuine bewilderment, that he's not sure if he actually molested anyone at all.
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This is a very important documentary, it isn't just about a child molesting priest, but also touches on subjects like the meaning of religion, conspiracies, cover ups, politics, you name it.

There were moments when I felt deeply disturbed. Moments of sheer anger towards both Father O' Grady, Cardinal Roger Mahoney who essentially denies just about everything of O' Grady's actions, and the Catholic church for covering up the whole issue of these child molesting priests.

And also, moments of sadness, when a married couple are being interviewed and blamed themselves, I practically burst into tears.

The whole thing plays out like a real thriller, with O' Grady as the criminal, Mahoney as the criminals boss, poor innocent victims, and a hero in the form of Father Tom Doyle who takes strong action to make sure these evil people are being exposed and kept a close eye on.

This is a documentary which is a true eye opener, and something you'll never forget for the rest of your life. No wonder it received an academy award nomination. It should have won but it probably went to that preachy fool Michael Moore (whose more into seeking self recognition and respect than the actual subject matter, waving a flag around and looking like a fat hero).

If you don't shed a tear or two in a couple of scenes, then you really have no soul.

A five star documentary if ever I saw one.
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