A hundred years prior to Martin Luther, John Hus was a late 14th century Czech priest championing the principles of the Reformation. However, unlike Luther, John Hus, in 1415, was burned at the stake for his beliefs. What motivated John Hus to put his life on the line? A fairly recent film, John Hus: A Journey of No Return, produced in the Czech Republic, and dubbed into English, tells the story. In 1999, Pope John Paul II formally apologized to the Czech people for the “cruel death” inflicted upon Hus at the Council of Constance.
Here is the teaser trailer for the film.
What do you think?