An awful lot of truth is coming out just now, on several fronts. As to why exactly this is happening, I can't precisely say. But when the truth about anything, from ill-anchored relationships to cultural captivities to urban blight, comes out, "Some People" (Belois Some,1985) become threatened. And more than threatened.
This cast talks about Quentin Tarantino's movie "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood" (2019), Baltimore (MD), and romantic beginnings (and new beginnings, or rather, re-beginnings). For the latter, the classic Preston Sturges movie "The Lady Eve" (1942) offers a striking instance concerning the anchor of romantic love that exists within the experience of male regression. Not to mention the romantic climax of "A Town Like Alice" (1950 novel, 1981 mini-series).
My point is that core truths of life are often suppressed, masked, covered over, hidden -- by "the powers and principalities, the spiritual forces of wickedness in high places" (Ephesians 6:12). They don't want you to know.
This cast exists for the sake of the truth as I see it, and is dedicated to Paula White-Cain, subjective friend to me and objective champion of the liberating Spirit of God.