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From the producers of Mercy Streets comes a heart-pounding drama set against the world of illegal street racing! Ben and Pete Destin are extreme-living brothers on a collision course with eternity. When Ben chooses the narrow road, will Pete follow---or take a terribly wrong turn? Terrific for outreach. Includes bonus short The Light of Darkness. 50 minutes. Closed-captioned.
This movie is outstanding! My 8 year old grandson has already watched it 2x and is watching it again. He even told me "BeBe, this movie doesn't have anything bad in it(words, etc...). Thank you for this movie. We need a lot more like it, especially with the plan of salvation so clearly explained!
Lay It Down is a wonderful movie. I think that it shows how a young man's life totally changes from one aspect of living (life of sin) to another (trying to live for the Lord). I thought the acting is very good.
I thought the movie (the music, everything about it) was great. There are so many ministries today who minister to skateboarders, etc.. & this is where different types of film types might be needed. And as where the Pastor has an earring?? Half of the world does. LOL I think maybe he works more with the kids, thinks maybe he'll fit in more? Who knows.
It was a great movie but it was one of those that could have been so much better if it was longer. It seems to have a weak start but it ends very powerful. I have already watched it twice and will continue to watch it.
Good watch. 50 minutes long. Low Budget. My main problems was the Arminian view pushed and also the weak witnessing encounters which really didn't show what sin was. Judgement was pushed though. I recommend it for a watch.