Dying Roads

Connecting over a film is more about listening and sharing. The questions below only serve as a springboard. 

  1. What do you think of the story?  
  2. What one word comes to mind when you think of this film?
  3. What did people do when they saw the man on the ground?
  4. Why do you think no one stopped to help? What do you think they were thinking?
  5. If you were the businessman would you have stopped to help the guy?
  6. If you were the guy in the wheelchair would you have helped the man?
  7. Have you ever had a time when helping someone cost you something? (time, sacrifices, comfort, money, etc.) If so, what was that like for you?

Flow

Connecting over a film is more about listening and sharing. The questions below only serve as a springboard.

    1. What do you think of the story?
    2. What does each source of water represent in the film?
    3. Why do you think the man uses the toilet water rather than the water from the kitchen sink?
    4. Metaphorically, have you seen people drink toilet water? What do you think motivated their choice to drink toilet water?
    5. How do you get a friend to see that they are drinking from bad water, when a good source is available?
    6. What or who helps you distinguish between good or bad water in your life?