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The winner of 10 Academy Awards in 1939, Gone with the Wind is one of the most popular films of all time. In this digitally remastered release, the love between Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler played out against the sweeping saga of the Civil War shimmers with majestic vibrance. Rated G. Two DVDs, approx. 4 hours total.
- Commentary by Historian Rudy Behlmer
- English, French, and Spanish Audio
- English, French, and Spanish Subtitles
Vendor: Warner Home Video
Publication Date: 2009
Vee5 Stars Out Of 5Secular? Or subtle Christian message?April 9, 2018VeeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Im going to skip over the fact that this movie is beautifully shot, with wonderful complex characters that display all kinds of joy, sorrow, jealousy, depravity, and virtue, and try to defend it a little from those who dont think it should be marketed to Christians.
Though the main characters - Scarlett and Rhett - in no ways act Godly, its the supporting role of Melanie that gives this movie a subtle Christian theme.
Since the beginning of the movie to the end, Scarlett (the self-absorbed, often petty and jealous debutante) and Melanie (the humble, meek woman who often exhibits Christs patience, love, and forgiveness), are juxtaposed side by side. Scarlett is clearly stronger than Melanie in many ways, and yet it is Melanie who often has the peace, joy, love, understanding, and most importantly fulfillment that Scarlett never finds chasing men and wordly things.
Scarlett doesnt understand Melanie, sees her as a burden, often resents her and has no respect for her marriage to Ashley, and yet Melanie never stops loving her.
Yes, i think Christians should watch this. Its not a perfect movie, its not really for kids and its not set in a perfect Christian bubble. It certainly has its flaws, but the message is there. A life without God is vanity, and a chasing after the wind.
wandabeeNebraskaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great!April 19, 2012wandabeeNebraskaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4What can I say....it's my favorite movie! It was time to replace my VHS tape with a DVD. This was the perfect choice!
Ray1 Stars Out Of 5Nothing To Do With ChristApril 2, 2011RayQuality: 3Value: 2Meets Expectations: 1The last reviewer is right. This movie is a classic in the sense from which secular are movies produced. If you want to see a drama about a family's life being affected by the Civil War, then you may like this movie. I have seen it twice before and there is no reason why this should be sold from any Christian place of business. The reason simply is that it has nothing to do with Jesus Christ; nor does it bring glory to His name. It is good to watch the old show reruns and the old classics instead of the senseless and blasphemous trash you see on TV today but, I think the elements from this movie are too intense to be considered for distribution from a Christian place of business. Again, is this movie a classic? Yes it is from a secular standpoint. But it has no place in a Christian marketplace.
Student of the WordArmed Forces PacificAge: 25-34Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5They say it's a "Classic"January 21, 2011Student of the WordArmed Forces PacificAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2I got this movie because I had never seen it. I have always heard that it was a "classic" so I wanted to see it for myself. Many things in the movie are very ungodly. I was quite taken back by this movie. I was saddened. Great actors and actresses but like I said, many things in this movie were ungodly. I believe God would frown on this movie.