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Countdown: Jerusalem (2009)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi, Thriller | Video 24 February 2009
A journalist searches for her daughter as a series of catastrophic disasters push a destabilized society toward the brink of global war.

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Allison
Clint Browning ...
Joseph
Russell Reynolds ...
Itzhak (as G. Russell Reynolds)
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Mark Thompson
Audrey Latt ...
Mary
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Cindy
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John Cosgrove
Vivian Brunstein ...
Adi (as Vivi Brunstein)
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Tina
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Lavi
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Dean Kreyling ...
Detective Strand
Jose Prendes ...
Agent Malcolm Grant
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Gianni
Alexander Hatzidiakos ...
Romano
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A journalist searches for her daughter as a series of catastrophic disasters push a destabilized society toward the brink of global war.

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The end isn't near... It's here.

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Most of the Israel interiors were actually filmed in Los Angeles, including the hotel, terrorist base, and mob scene. See more »

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The taxi drive to Jerusalem is all backwards geographically: it starts with a scene of the exit of Jerusalem, then highway 1 from Jerusalem towards Tel Aviv, then highway 1 from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem just before entering Jerusalem, the a scene near Latrun ("HaEla Valley") which is closest to Ben Gurion airport, and finally, the Dome of the Rock on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. See more »

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Biblical,Yet Scenic Thriller/Faithful Christian Effort !
23 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

COUNTDOWN: JERUSALEM Faithfilms.cc With- Kim Little & Clint Browning Meaningful, Thought provoking and explains some things in the news. A news reporter has to deal with what could be the end of structured humanity.

Is it Rapture ?, Could these disasters be man-made somehow ? What is logical conclusion to A HOLY WAR ?

In a departure for FAITHFILMS, This was half filmed in Jerusalem, Actually on location.

Kim Little does the job as " Everywoman" in crisis and Clint Browning, Who may be an Angel, Helps her make sense in a illogical, Political-laced message of a movie.


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