I bought this for our church library but I should have watched it first. My family watched this and hated it. It was poorly filmed, the music was weird, it was SLOW, and the message confusing. My 15 and 13 year olds were not impressed and neither was I which made me disappointed because I really like Kirk Cameron and appreciate his ministry. Wish I would have saved the $15 from my library budget!
I watched this with my 17 year old daughter and it was slow moving and didn't hold our attention. I thought it was going to be a moving instead of a documentary. We were both disappointed and turned it off part way through.
I guess this is Cameron's first attempt to "go it alone" on production and keep the film budget low. It has a pretty good connection with the first few chapters of Genesis, but the music and filming are so crude and irritating, that we had folks leaving. Not bad for a teen class, but any other age group will find it awkward and tiring.
You will like this if you want literal interpretations and visual representations of the first 8 Chapters of Genesis which dominate this movie. The main suffering woven through out the movie is the death of a 15 yr old after fighting cancer for 10 years. Jesus' work on the cross came in the last few minutes and seemed almost anticlimatic.