The spiritual call, that decisive moment that can mean leaving behind one’s home, family, and the life one has known, has always been central to the great religious traditions of the world. And Christianity isn’t alone in teaching us to admire those who follow that call.
But what about those who don’t? Can there be virtue in that choice? Patrick Lane thinks so. And in a short, provocative poem titled “Dinner”, he sets out why.
"Poetic and deeply resonant" profile of the last herring weir on Nova Scotia's Fundy shore, a vanishing way of life on the Digby Neck. Winner of Best Short Film at the 25th annual Atlantic Film Festival, and at the Columbus International Film and Video Awards.