2004Invisible Enemies is a story about a college student named Jackson, who finds a pair of glasses that allows him to see the spiritual world. Through the glasses he discovers how the lives of his friends are influenced toward evil by unseen enemies. Jackson tries to convince his friends that life isn't neutral and that there are unseen realities that are affecting their lives. They think it's absurd. Cindy, Jackson's blind friend, recognized that there are many things that are real that can't be seen. Jackson, in the end, rescues his sister from near disaster by utilizing the power of Jesus Christ. 38 Min.
|Director:||Stephen Vidano, Stephen Bowlby|
|Producer(s):||Susie Scott, Ric Sieben, Bill Muir|
|Categories:||Youth, Drama, Short Films|
22 members reviewed: Invisible Enemies
- Jennifer R
This movie really helped my teens understand the real war. My 16 year old daughter said she would be afraid to wear glasses like that at her school. My 13 and 14 year old boys loved the special effects and realized how Satan can get to them through their friends and choices. Great movie!
- Sandra M
It was a great movie has a great message,but the special effects weren't that good.
- Joshua C
I watched it with my four children ages 7-14, and it sparked a great discussion aftarwards. It really helped me make them aware of what really goes on around us.
- Tarashankar B
Great movie... Great message... Great story... Great acting... Great direction... tghe sound effects were gripping... but the special effects portraying satan/demons were disappointingly funny... this part could have been done better... and the movie could have gained more credibility and respect... great truth in the message of the movie... a must have...
- Ana R
We really liked it. I disciple two young ladies from my church and decided to watch the video together. They got very impressed with the hidden way satan works to make people fall into temptation....we talked about it a lot and they want to keep on watching movies from you guys. Thank you, your videos are a good tool for teaching..