It is unusual these days to see a film where a man suffers inner torment because he has committed sin. But it goes on in the 19-minute Catholic film, “The Confession” (2017)—an award winner at a Catholic film festival—and, as it happens, it is not only the Big Sinner who grieves. So does the confessor priest, who finds he must offer personal forgiveness.
This John LaRaw picture is simple and heartfelt, uncommon for displaying South Korean Christianity. Plus, it has lighting just right for a religious film. You might want to pay “The Confession” a visit on YouTube.