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They Killed Sister Dorothy had its World Premiere at the SXSW Film
Festival in Austin, TX. This film is a powerful testament to the work
of a saintly American nun who spent more than 30 years in Brazil
helping the poor and working to prevent the destruction of the Amazon
rain forests through a sustainable development program. At time when
the ugly side of Christianity is often on the front pages - from
Christian fundamentalists to pedophile priests - Sister Dorothy
represents the true spirit of decency inherent in the Christian ideal.
Indeed, in her tragic death she emerges as a Christ-like martyr.
The film focuses on her murder by wealthy ranchers opposed to her project and the efforts to bring her killers to justice. The film shows how difficult it is to achieve justice within a corrupt political system where those with money have a great deal of power and influence and "justice" is often for sale. The film brings into focus many of the conflicts that exist in the Third World development today.
This film deserves to be seen by a wider audience and would be an excellent film for use in high school and college classrooms. The film is a beautiful tribute to an amazing woman. My only criticism is that it runs a little long and could have focused considerably less on the various details of the trials and a bit more on the theological underpinnings of Dorothy's work - presumably in Liberation theology. This would have added greater depth to this powerful and loving portrait.