The film Amazing Grace received mixed reviews when it was released, but I'm a sucker for British period pieces so I decided to give it a look on the last day before it disappeared from my local art house cinema.
Oct 16 2007 | The Epoch Times
British Member of Parliament, William Wilberforce, manoeuvers his way through Parliament in 19th century England, to bring about the end of British transatlantic slave trade...
Sep 28 2007 | abc.net.au
The names William Pitt and William Wilberforce probably donít mean much to anybody who doesnít have an interest in 19th century English politics, the Napoleonic wars, and the abolition of the British slave trade, so you canít blame the makers of Amazing Grace for naming it after a hymn that might be familiar to 21st century audiences.
Sep 06 2007 | abc.net.au