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“Noble” isn’t shy about piling on acts of misery. Telling the story of Christina Noble and her fight to protect orphaned and abandoned children in Vietnam, the feature has a wealth of cruelty to cover, with much of the script devoted to hardships in dire need of conquering. Miraculously, writer/director Stephen Bradley infuses the picture with spirited determination and purpose to lend the material some needed oxygen, with the viewing experience certainly bruising, but not suffocating. “Noble” largely works due to its clenched-fist approach, tending to the particulars of Christina’s war against suffering while maintaining its message of hope, making it the rare faith-based film that’s more show than tell. Read the rest at


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