Item description for The Moment After by Wes Llewwellyn, Julie Link & Kevin Downes...
Overview The original phenomenal best-seller newly repackeaged to compliment the release of Moment After 2. In the twinkling of an eye, a mass disapperance has occurred and FBI agents area called in to investigate and locate the missing persons.
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Actors: Affirm Sony Pictur, Mike Wilson, David A.R. White, Kevin Downes, Greg Davis
Directors: Wes Llewellyn
Producers: Bobby Downes
Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
Region Code: 99
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Audience Rating: Unrated
Studio: Sony Pictures
Running Time: 89.00 minutes
Record Label Sony Pictures
Format AC-3 / Closed-captioned / Color / Dolby
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.4" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Jan 12, 2010
Publisher CHRISTIANO FILM GROUP
ISBN 0967517834 ISBN13 9780967517834 UPC 043396326712
Availability 0 units.
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Better Than Anything From Cloud Ten Pictures! Jan 13, 2007
I really enjoyed this movie about the rapture,unlike anything from Cloud Ten Pictures, it did not show any of the ridiculous just-pressed-neatly-folded looking clothes of the raptured,instead they were more realistically left in a rumpled heap. That always destroyed credibility,I thought. Plus this film just has a totally higher-quality feel to it. The looks/acting and dialogue are so much better. I really cared about the characters and was drawn into this story.The best that I've seen on this subject,so far.It showed a preview to Left Behind-The World At War by Sony Pictures that also looks very good.
Jew for Jesus Dec 31, 2006
I watched The Moment After on UCB Tv yesterday. I enjoyed it greatly, very simply done. It filled my heart with joy to see the Rabbi become a believer. I haven't seen anything that shows that before. It is happening people, Jewish people are becoming 'completed'-what they were always meant to be. Halleujah! Another sign of the times. I've just ordered a copy for my fellowship to watch.
lots of realism Aug 3, 2006
I bought this & watched it last nite. Very realistic! It very well COULD happen that way! Without being too much of a spoiler, lemme ask readers a serious question-could this computer chip implant be coming to a planet near you anytime soon- B.iological E.ncoding A.nd S.atellite T.racking ??well??? (food for MUCH thought)
A Different Kind of Rapture Movie Jun 3, 2006
As the name implies, 'The Moment After' is not about the various Revelation/tribulation judgments, but takes place within the first few months after the rapture. No earthquakes, asteroids, megadisaster action stuff here. This movie is largely character-driven, exploring varied individual responses, both to the rapture and to the gospel. It is faithful to scripture, avoiding speculation. For example, when one of the FBI agents asks Jewish believer Jacob Krause if he is one of the 144,000, the movie could have said "yes," but did not, choosing to have Jacob respond that he is a servant of God--in other words, grey areas are left grey but still addressed. Evangelistic message without being preachy or pedantic, subtly laced with metaphors, well-produced, compelling, believable characters of varying backgrounds, and a suspenseful, well-developed story that's entertaining as well as personally encouraging: Two FBI agents are tasked with interviewing acquaintances of those who've disappeared, and as they proceed in the questioning, they find themselves doing some self-questioning, particularly after their new assignment to pursue an alleged national security threat, a Jacob Krause, whom databases identify as a rabbi who's accumulated some followers holed up in a Christian mission.
All I have shared it with have enjoyed this. Mar 25, 2006
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie as have those to whom I have loaned it. Very realistic and another way to look at what's ahead for those left here; the decisions all those will have to make then. Good witness tool for those unsaved spouses who won't read a book or watch other "Religious" movies. Definitely recommend it.