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David A.R. White
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Regardt van den Bergh
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David G. Evans
Louis Gossett Jr.
My family watched this during Passover/Easter week. The movie takes the perspective of Peter, relaying his experiences to a jailer as Peter spends his final fee days in prison. Peter recounts his meeting Jesus, some of the events of the ministry years, the Last Supper, and the Garden scene.
We watched this with our 6 year old, and would have no problems showing it to other children. Satan does appear a few times in the film, but not too scary.
The acting is well done and the scenes varied enough that it keeps the interest of even the children.
We highly recommend this film for you and your family.
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