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Testament (2017)

One regular man named Simon is swept up by a popular movement in a dying world. When the charismatic leader of that movement is brutally executed, everyone looks to Simon to keep the movement alive.

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Tim Ritter

Writer:

Tim Ritter
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Credited cast:
Demi Castro ... Simon
Rachel Comeau ... Mia
Jose Miguel Vasquez ... Drew
Robb Maus ... Saul
Michelle Coutinho Michelle Coutinho ... Naomi
Jaymeson Metz Jaymeson Metz ... Jud
Ayla Williamson Ayla Williamson ... Sophia
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rebecca Blair ... Wife
Tom Casey Tom Casey ... Johnny
Brad Dreffer Brad Dreffer ... Angry Man
Jeff Evans Jeff Evans ... Husband
Chris Greene ... The Voice
Dan Jopling Dan Jopling ... Heckler 1
Cindy Karr ... Angry Woman
Ryan Kim Ryan Kim ... Heckler 2
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One regular man named Simon is swept up by a popular movement in a dying world. When the charismatic leader of that movement is brutally executed, everyone looks to Simon to keep the movement alive.

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Testament, the second feature film directed by Tim Ritter, also served to fulfill his thesis obligation for the Masters program at University of Central Florida. The first film, Moment of Truth, was finished within months of Testament. See more »

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This movie is uniquely prophetic.
24 December 2019 | by sschoemann-4148977322See all my reviews

Across between the Gospel as viewed by a scribe who was writing Simon's book, and Orwell's 1984. without an understanding of both books you wont be able to follow the full extent. There are multiple gilded and even obscure references to the last supper in the flashback scenes. This movie is a solid reference to today's war on Christianity, and highly probable in reality to the Second coming of Christ if people dont grasp their morality and real world values once again. A prime example of this came in the verbal assault Simon suffered at the hands at his scribes father for being "just" a fisherman, demeaning him despite the fact that he was feeding the upper class which the 'father' was a member of. The hidden meanings in the movie continue right on to the closing scene. Many may find the movie boring due to lack of biblical knowledge others due to the artistic license it takes with the New Testament. The former I cant help but suggest bible study, and to the latter I say Open thine eyes and see with thy faith, not thy memorization of The Book Rev Scott


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 October 2017 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$10,000 (estimated)
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Stereo

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2.35 : 1
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