Patton Dodd has a typically thoughtful piece on religion at the recent Sundance Film Festival. He suggests that Sundance is the answer to the question, “Where you can find a see a quiet film about a floating Buddhist monastery, an affecting documentary about a Pentecostal church in Washington D.C.’s mean streets, and an ear-shattering socialistic gay porn flick . . . all in the same weekend?” (The Revealer, 18 Feb 2004). Interesting in particular is the response of the audiences and the questions not asked.