When thy sheep thou hast selected
From the goats, may I, respected,
Stand amongst them undetected.
Day of Wrath casts a stark horizontal shadow on morality. Carl Theodor Dreyer pans through the paradox of humanity against faith and forsaken love. A crushing full-bodied experience pondering the unforgiving responsibility in the contrasts of oppression. Black and white has never been this sharp in the blurred shadows of such an ambiguously ethical feature. The camera somberly sweeps and holds the scenes in…