C.S. Lewis & The Chronicles of Narnia Trailer (2005)
"The true story of the author of the classic tale of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe"06 December 2005Factual
As author of the revered Narnia chronicles, C.S. Lewis is a literary legend. But the story of how this one-time atheist became an influential voice in modern Christianity is as fascinating as his fantasy world of lions, witches and wardrobes. Initially seen as a failure by friend J.R.R. Tolkien, Lewis's Narnia novels went on to sell millions of copies. This documentary traces the author's spiritual journey and the literary legacy he left behind.
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