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C2: Love At First Sight - DVD
A new small group bible study series from Michael W. Smith designed to help individuals develop critical thinking skills when watching movies
Two teenage video store clerks, Dane and Jessica, argue about the possibility of love at first sight when the year’s biggest romantic drama entitled Love at First Sight is released. Dane claims that the very idea of falling in love at first sight is preposterous. He has a much better romantic drama depicting true love to promote to all who will listen. Jessica is totally swept away by the idea of falling in love at first sight. Their argument results in a wager. Little do they know their bet will have life-changing results for one of them.
This small group study will provide discussion points related to true love, judging others, and accepting differing opinions. The viewers will be encouraged to think critically about the various topics addressed in the original short film. The small group leader will be provided with the tools to promote discussion and to implement spiritual truths from God’s Word to give answers to questions that may arise from the discussion.
Each C2 DVD contains a twenty-minute original short film along with bonus features, which include a personal introduction from Michael W. Smith (The Second Chance), behind-the-scenes movie features, out-takes, director’s comments and deleted movie scenes. The leader of a small group will have access to helpful tools, including study guides for three separate lessons relating directly to the movie and promoting critical thinking.
Other titles in this series are: C2: Relapse
Read our exclusive interview with filmmakers Mark Cowart and Ryan Smith.
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Latest Reviews for C2: Love At First Sight - DVD
C2: Love At First Sight - DVD – Milton K, 05/21/2011
This was a cute short, something good for a small group to discuss...as the C2 project intended.
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