A new documentary, Faithful to the Death, by renowned filmmaker Daniel Radcliffe, has just been released, and it is a fantastic film about the lives of a small group of Christians in the Indian subcontinent who have survived the Mummy Curse.
We recently caught up with Radcliffe for an interview about his new film, and the challenges he faces in making this film.
Here’s what we asked him:Faithful to The Death is the second documentary to chronicle the lives and work of Christians living in the subcontracted region of the Indian Subcontinent.
Radcliffe set out to tell the story of these Christians and their faith following the death of their leader, a charismatic Muslim scholar, in the early 20th century.
Why did you choose to focus on this particular group?
The idea of focusing on these people was really to tell their story.
And I think what’s really interesting about this particular story is the idea of being the last survivor of the Mummies curse, and how it relates to all the other cultures around the world.
It’s a story about survival.
There’s no way that a people could be immune to a curse.
Is it a story of faith?
No, it’s a very personal story.
I’m a bit of a mystic.
My spirituality is in the nature of being a mystic and the stories that I tell are about my own spirituality and about my relationships with people, and with the environment and the other spiritual worlds that I know, and about the way that I relate to the earth and the universe.
I think it’s also very personal and I’ve had this spiritual experience that I have always had and that I still have to continue to have and I think that the way I have been able to keep this story alive is through the work that I do.
The idea is to show this small group that I think has survived and are still surviving through the Mummification curse.
They’re doing what they’re doing and they’re thriving.
It is a very interesting story to tell, because they’re in a very small group, which is very hard to find.
Radford also had some experience working in the United States as an actor and actor in the film industry before he made Faithful.
I interviewed him for my documentary about the film, which was called The Last of the Good Guys.
Radclyffe was a great actor and he did some great work in movies.
I was really proud of him for making the film that we did.
It was a fantastic project.
It did very well and it sold very well.
He was the kind of actor that you could work with and work with him and have a great time.
But it’s been a very strange life.
I don’t know why it was a very hard life to be a Christian.
When did you start to have these relationships with the MUMMERS?
It’s not the first time that I’ve worked with them.
I worked with a group of missionaries who were going to India in the late 1980s and early 1990s and I started getting involved with the missionaries and they started asking me questions about the MUDMA.
And one of the missionaries told me that they would like to have me come with them to the region and I said, “Sure, go ahead.”
They wanted me to get a mummification ceremony to take place in front of a temple.
I did this in 1990.
And this is the first one that they had done and I have no idea how I got in contact with them, so I was a bit confused.
But the MURMA was one of their biggest problems.
They had an army of people to deal with.
I had this really cool mummified head that they were using to collect their mummies and they were just really, really bad at it.
I wasn’t sure what to do.
I went to one of these big conferences in London and they had a big mummifying ceremony.
They just had a huge mummifier, so they had this huge, huge, giant mummify, and they wanted me there, and I was there, but I didn’t know anything about mummying and I didn