A Trilogy of Parables
A family man dies in a tragic accident and finds himself in a train station, unsure of weather he's dead or alive. He's given a ticket on "The Limited" train... a train to judgment.
A budding photojournalist meets the man of her dreams who speaks of their "destiny" together. Soon she's alone and pregnant. All advice tells her to end the pregnancy. In the meantime, she's been hearing things...
Two young slackers become hopelessly lost on a hike and separate. after several days alone, the atheist has a Near Death Experience. He comes face to face with God... only to argue against His very existence...
|Categories:||Drama, Short Films|
7 members reviewed: A Trilogy of Parables
- George M
I loved these three movies. They are each so different but resonate so completely with scripture without being preachy. The Limited speaks to Jesus words in Mathew 25, Destiny relates the reality of the life and sorrow of aborting the unborn, and Lost is about how some people refuse to believe even when they see miracles. I highly recommend this DVD
- Karen F
My family has watched each of these movies multiple times because each one is such a great story and leaves you thinking. I wish there were more short films like these. My Mom shows one of them every time one of our friends come over. She thinks they are a great way to start a discussion about faith. - Karen
- Frank F
We enjoyed these the one where the fellow dies and goes before God and is given a second chance is enlightening of God's very fair judgment and how He endeavors to reach people even if they don't accept Him. The other one where it appears the fellow did not make time to help others was interesting too.
- Victor O
Not what you are lead to believe. No mention of Jesus Christ. I can't even tell if these films are christian. I wonder why these short films are sold on this site. Postmodern junk straight from the secular Hollywood Sadduces. Watch out for wolves in sheep's clothing!
- Larry D
I appreciate the overall topics...they do make you think. However, independent of good, Christian follow-up, one could be easily led astray. Caution, Destiny includes swear words.