The Passion of the Christ
I didn't do much after church. I went thorough some things I downloaded overnight and generally just laid around. At about nine, Khadijah, Bianca, and I went downtown and decided to see “The Passion of the Christ” at Canal Place. I didn't really buy in to much of the hype but I was expecting a unique experience, and I got it. It fit the bill as an authentic and violent depiction. It was disturbing to watch but I can't say I was 'moved.' After the movie we wandered the quarter until we found a restaurant that was open after midnight, Deja Vu. We were there for a little while, as the service was slow, but polite. After we left there we caught a cab home. There certainly isn't any shortage of them in that part of town.