‘The Promise’ director Terry George: Why I believe in redemption

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Terry George is a major Hollywood director with an Oscar to prove it. He’s worked with the best in the business: Daniel Day Lewis, Helen Mirren, Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Ruffalo. His back catalogue boasts such movies as Hotel Rwanda, In the Name of the Father and Some Mother’s Son, tackling huge issues such as genocide, terrorism and unfair imprisonment. But his latest film, The Promise, released this week and starring Christian Bale, Oscar Isaacs and Charlotte Le Bon, takes the challenge of the genre to a whole new level.

I had the opportunity to meet Terry George face to face to talk about the movie, his faith, redemption, and his views on heaven and hell. He was tall, friendly and spoke with a rich Irish accent that instantly put me

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