Nimue Review – First Thoughts – 303

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Nimue Review

First Thoughts

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Episode Number: 303

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One thought on “Nimue Review – First Thoughts – 303

  1. NONNIE - -

    okay … the curmudgeon here … reporting in ….
    Basically I liked most of the show …. but something that I am having a hard time swallowing ….

    ONCE has been very good about not mixing religion and the story line. I am having a hard time with the HOLY GRAIL a cup that supposedly relates to the last supper and Jesus sacrifice on the cross being converted to a sword an item of violence. As far as I am concern this I found this entire concept to be offensive. I do not think they should have used the HOLY GRAIL as a basis for a sword.
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    I like science fiction and folk tales as much as anybody else but I think they should not use religious symbols and icons in a disrespectful way.

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