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The Rebel Monk

This week’s New York Times Op-Doc is “Rebel Monk,” a brief and witty animated history of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. Directed by Max Mönch, Alexander Lahl and Philipp Seefeldt, it tells the story of a radical idea growing, mutating and spiraling out of control. Mönch and Lahl previously made the Op-Doc “Broken: The Women’s Prison at Hoheneck,” which won the Short Film Jury Award in animation at the Sundance Film Festival last year. [Watch it now]




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