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Rabbit Hole is challenging, not only because of the subject—Oscar-nominated actor Nicole Kidman plays a mother grieving the death of her son—but also because it questions piety. During a group therapy scene, a religious couple dismisses the pain the others feel by blithely claiming such suffering is part of God’s plan. “Too much God-talk for me,” Kidman responds. This tough, honest movie is a reminder to first meet the grieving where they are, then gingerly point them to God.

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