This was such a great movie. It has a message for us to think deeply about our choices and to really think about the consequences of our actions. It was a beautiful message on forgiveness also. We all need to be aware that God's forgiveness is there for every one of us, no matter what we've done. The story line was really good and so was the acting. Thank you to everyone involved in making this wonderful movie! It was an evening well-spent!
I think I understand what the producers were trying to do with the film... but I'm not sure that they succeeded. It's a very controversial subject, but one that needs to be brought up. The "terrible secret" that Nathan learns about, dissapointed me, in a way. I watched it twice, trying to understand it, and both times I felt like something is missing. Not sure what it is, though.
I am very pro-life and I understand what the message was the movie was trying to get across. This movie doesn't help our cause. It does have good actors. The whole story line was very disappointing and nothing added up. They supposedly once held jobs and had relationships. Science fiction stories are more believable than this movie was. It was a waste of time to watch it. It is probably one of the worst movies I have ever purchased. It may be the first time I put a clean movie in the trash.
Bradley Dorsey (writer, director, co-producer, lead actor) has done an excellent job on this film. I believe the Lord has given him a perspective on the pro life and abortion issue that is completely unique.... It's a film you have to stick with for the first half because many stories are intertwined and beautifully brought together in a surprise ending... Great acting by all. Not a 'feel good' film. Not alot of comedy. Just enough to keep it balanced. Very serious and vital story for our time ( I'd compare it to "Uncle Tom's Cabin" which brought the horrendous issue of slavery out of the romantic and glossed over distortion it had become for many in the nineteenth century).... Films like this the average person could identify with. And, although it is as serious as the topic it addresses, it has what writers call a 'catharsis' or a release at the end. It left me feeling inspired and shows in a concrete way how very important each life is. Highly recommended.