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The Other Six Days - DVD
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Expectations are turned upside down when a young man gives in to his darker impulses.
A brief look into the life of Iggy Thomson shows that he is responsible and caring. Looking after those around him, he creates the impression of a kind and gentle soul. The Other Six Days explores the realities and fantasies of our day to day lives: how we present ourselves versus who we really are.
Told as a parable, this short film is about the importance of living out our faith seven days a week. Like so many Christians, there is one day a week where we appear to have it all together. The question is: what about the other six days?
The Other Six Days was created wth large group showings in mind, therefore, Public Performance Rights are included.
"Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it." (Prov. 4:23)
This film was the winner of the "Best Short Film" award at the Creation Arts Film Festival.
This is a 4-Minute Short Film
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Latest Reviews for The Other Six Days - DVD
The Other Six Days - DVD – Anna T, 01/14/2010
This DVD was as short as a TV commerical. I was very disappointed in this DVD.
The Other Six Days - DVD – William A, 01/11/2010
Horrible! How can one go from caring for the elderly to assault and robbery. That is a little extreme! Didn't see the point to this film at all! Way too short and not at all realistic!
The Other Six Days - DVD – Margaret P, 11/11/2009
The extremely short production - leaves much room for your imagination to consider what the rest of the content could have been.
The concept provokes thought nonetheless and proves as a great conversational tool for a small group environment.
Just do not pop the corn and have anyone snuggle down for a good long movie.
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