Zealot: A hard film to watch at first, but mesmerizing. It drew me into the spectacle of my faith by reminding me of the faithfulness and dedication of other more committed Catholics. This film is an opportunity to witness to the problems some face in the Pro-Life community while considering in depth our own recourse to evil and level of personal responsibility. Slow moving at times and somewhat repetitive at the start, but well worth the time to watch an excellent Michael Chovanes performance and a very good well told story illustrating an intriguing and challenging life. The camera provides a personal voyeuristic expose with sometimes violent and gruesome detail. Zealot may make you consider your own role in the Church’s response to the abortion holocaust reminding you of your own responsibility and how well we live up to the expectations of our Lord. Thank you, George Foster for your excellent cinematic direction and the supporting cast for giving us interesting characters. Zealot is a very well done film worth watching which may lead to a possible cult status. So good, I had to watch it twice.