For millennials, art was inseparable from religion. Religion completely dominated culture, so aspiring Expressionists could only draw inspiration from approved doctrine.
In Christianity, it was blasphemous to create something that was not already in the Bible, and in Islam, it was blasphemy to create... well... It does not matter that.
Of course, such restrictions do make wonderful art, from the Sistine Chapel to Ben-Hur, and even Islam has established its own art by finding sophisticated solutions to Sharia law, such as calligraphic interpretations of scriptures.
Nonetheless, the scope and beauty of theistic art are undeniable, but atheistic art is not without representation either.
However as of late acknowledged into mainstream society, skeptic films exist and are among film's outperforms. We're discussing films that harbor topics of unbelief or stories that cultivate strict uncertainty.
They possess a lot more modest artistic specialty than those strictly propelled, yet just by virtue of their earliest stages.
It's mind-boggling how as of late atheism was vilified in western culture, and this ill will in any case stays in a significant part of the world.
To believe that the basic affirmation of the nonexistence of something apparently nonexistent is a conviction framework worth censuring is absurd. Atheism is as much a conviction as religion is proof. It's not reasonable to call them alternate extremes.
The following movies are made for the people who do not believe, but the believer can still draw something of value from the wide-raging and well-executed themes.
They’re not just lightning rods of disagreement, but objectively good films that would not look amiss on any other list.