Big Question, The
Entertainment: +2
Acceptability: +3

Featuring the cast and crew of The Passion of the Christ. Documentary. Directed by Francessco Gabras and Alberto Molinari.

FILM SYNOPSIS: The Big Question poses questions to a large and varied group of people regarding their own intimate perception of the divine. The peculiar microcosm consists of the cast and crew during the making of The Passion of the Christ.

PREVIEW REVIEW: While viewing it, I lost count of how many questions answered began with I think... Never once was the Bible consulted by either the filmmakers or the questionees. True, convictions based on Scripture are taken from a faith that Gods Word is just that, but, ultimately, forming spiritual theories without scriptural grounding is rather like baking a cake having never consulted a recipe. It may be of interest to those who believe the question is more important than the answer, but those devout in their beliefs will likely find it ponderous, and ultimately, unsatisfying.

Preview Reviewer: Phil Boatwright
Distributor: Think Films

Crude Language: None
Obscene Language: Two uses of the s-word
Profanity: None
Violence: None
Sexual Intercourse: None
Nudity: None
Homosexual Conduct: None
Sexually Suggestive Action/Dialog: None
Drug Abuse: None
Other: Mature subject matter as people express different views of God and the meaning of life.
Running Time: 95 minutes
Intended Audience: Mature teens and Adults

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