Item description for Midnight Clear (short film) by Dallas Jenkins, Stephen Baldwin & K. Callan...
Overview On Christmas Eve in the Arizona desert, a middle-aged man (Stephen Baldwin) and an old woman (K Callan) contemplate suicide. But through chance run-ins with strangers and perhaps some divine intervention, they cross paths and change each other's life forever. Based on a short story from best-selling author Jerry B. Jenkins, this short film is a parable for today about how random acts of kindness can, unbeknownst to us all, have a life-altering impact on others.
Publishers Description Based on a story from best-selling author Jerry B. Jenkins' (Left Behind Series) book, "The Deacon's Woman." Starring Stephen Baldwin and K. Callan with special original music by Jars of Clay. Dove foundtion Seal of Approval and Crown Award Winner.
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Actors: Jerry B. Jenkins, Stephen Baldwin
Directors: Dallas Jenkins
Format: Anamorphic, NTSC
Region Code: 1 (USA & Canada Only)
Studio: Jenkins Entertainment
Running Time: 22.00 minutes
Record Label Wesscott Marketing
Format Anamorphic / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.32" Width: 6.8" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Nov 15, 2005
Publisher WESSCOTT MARKETING #813
ISBN 0012451207 ISBN13 0808717001491 UPC 808717001491
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Midnight Clear (short film)?
Love the movie Feb 9, 2008
This is the short version of the movie but it was good. I enjoy the relaionships...more develops in the long movie but this is a good short one.
This Little Film Left Me Dumbfounded... Oct 18, 2006
Only 20 minutes long, this aptly titled film left me simultaneously dumbfounded and in awe. Alone, sitting in his rundown car parked in the desert on Christmas Eve, Stephen Baldwin's character, sweating, swigs from a bottle, puts a gun to his chin, yet he stops short. Nearby, and also alone, an elderly woman prepares a suicidal brew in her kitchen. That's all I'll reveal about the storyline, though, as part of the beauty of this movie is seeing how its pieces come together. Midnight Clear is about huge things (existence, relationship) and the small (a smile, a song)--at the same time, even the hugeness of the small. It's heavy, yet full of hope. The movie's brevity and thought-provoking aspects make it an ideal discussion-starter for a small group or get together, although before the talking starts prepare to be found speechless for a ponderous wow moment. Baldwin's performance, by the way, is mesmerizing.
From the director... Jan 2, 2006
Please bear in mind that this is a short film. It's not intended to be a complete film.
Interestingly enough, we're actually developing a full-length feature based on this short, so we'll see what happens. Hope you enjoy this!