The Scarlet and the Black


Watched “The Scarlet and the Black” recently.  Gregory Peck stars in this WWII intrigue, as a Catholic monsignor assigned to the Vatican. While there, he helps the resistance to ferry escaped allied soldiers out of the country. He does this at considerable risk to himself and the neutrality of Vatican City.

I found the movie to be a metaphor of the struggle between light and darkness. The best part of the movie came toward the end where the Nazi Colonel & the Monsignor face off. The clash of kingdoms and authority is remarkable and unforgettable. See what you think and let us know your take.

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