Watched “Diary of a City Priest” on DVD. It is a good drama about a priest in the poor neighborhood’s chuch. He has been there for more than 20 years, serving and helping people and he got tired and started to have difficulties for his inspirations. Basically, he looks a lot like a man with a middle age crisis.
Film is slightly dramatic and slowly paced with some phylosophy to it. There is no intense or suspense. There is nothing you haven’t seen before. There is, simply, nothing special. David Morse did an excellent job with the priest. Photography couldn’t have been enjoyed fully, due to 4:3 ratio, but it looked like there are some really great shots in there. Music was very atmospherical and spiritual – nicely done.
I think I am a bit too young for this film. 6 out of 10.