When all we have left is each other, all we need is a Savior. This gripping end-times drama follows the people in a small Arizona city in the aftermath of a national disaster. When a ...
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When all we have left is each other, all we need is a Savior. This gripping end-times drama follows the people in a small Arizona city in the aftermath of a national disaster. When a nuclear bomb is detonated in New York City, survivors across the country are forced to confront their hopes, fears, and faith. Not knowing what could happen next, they deal with the mounting tensions in various ways. Their intimate, intertwining stories intensify the drama of frantic phone calls, chaotic traffic jams, relentless news coverage, and tragic actions until they realize how precious life is and that God is the only hope for mankind.Written by
This is a very thought provoking movie, and very well done. It challenges the viewer to dig deep inside of themselves to think about what they would do if everything that you believe in is on the line. The acting is good, and is a strong focus compared to a lot of movies that put too many special effects into a story that takes away from the acting. the characters are believable, and the story lines are intriguing. I would recommend this film to Bible study and discussion groups. The questions would be great as to where you would stand in the midst of a major crisis. Do you believe in God? Why does he allow suffering? Why do bad things happen to good people? Can I trust Him if everything around me says I shouldn't? All of these issues are addressed, and leaves you with hope that there is a way out. Good job for a group of independent filmmakers.
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