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A Feast of Uncertainty (2011)

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Modern day Israel and the Palestinian Territories are the backdrop for this retelling of the life of Jesus based on the Urantia Book. Film-maker Richard Jernigan's solo exploration of this ... See full summary »

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Modern day Israel and the Palestinian Territories are the backdrop for this retelling of the life of Jesus based on the Urantia Book. Film-maker Richard Jernigan's solo exploration of this conflicted region brings an unsentimental and universal perspective to Jesus' life and teachings. Written by Richard

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Eye Opening
30 June 2011 | by envoy_eidolonSee all my reviews

For a young reader of the Urantia Book like myself, this film makes a beautiful exploration into the content of the papers. After 5 years of reading them, watching A Feast of Uncertainty shed miles of much-needed light upon the astounding and unspeakable depth of the book and made it seem so much more real to me. I can only imagine something to the same effect for older readers as well.

As a film on its own the camera work does not stand out stylistically whatsoever, but it is genuine. Certain scenes coupled with the well-selected, well-timed musical pieces melted together flawlessly with the imagery and admittedly caused my eyes to water.

I loved watching this film. My mother, who is not a reader, was crying by the time the credits started rolling. This movie is a simple and beautiful look from an uncommon perspective, I believe it would be of great value to anyone who decides to watch it.

If you like it, and haven't read the Urantia Book, try it out will ya!?


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