The Good Book
A small New Testament passes through the hands of 14 strangers, including a young boy who runs away after he accidentally sets his home on fire, a young couple who must deal with the tragic loss of their child, and a woman hurting from her husband's infidelity. Each person has a decision to make. While some let the opportunity slip away, others find hope and meaning in the small Bible when they need it most. The first faith-based, silent feature film, The Good Book is a compelling drama told without dialogue, using only action and a dynamic soundtrack. The movie has won several awards, including Best Inspirational Film at the HolyWood Christian Film Festival of New York and Best Feature at the GloryReelz Christian Film Festival. Family approved for ages 12 and up. Content Description: Sex: A woman finds her husband with another woman in his office as the movie shows the pain that can be thrust on people; wife kisses husband on cheek. Language: None Violence: A teen boy cuts man with knife; a man says he robbed and shot a man that wound up dead but that "God saved me". Drugs: A man is seen sleeping with a liquor bottle by his bed; a man says he used to drink and do drugs but was saved. Nudity: None Other: A runaway boy steals clothes from woman's clothes line as he needs them badly; homeless people are shown; a boy throws a Bible down in anger but he later looks to God again; kids tease boy that has Bible; death of a child and grief; a boy is wrongfully accused of having cut a man; a woman steals another woman's purse but she gets it back; there is a Bible burning that takes place but one of the Bibles do not burn.
- Will a chance encounter change their lives forever?
- "A powerful and uplifting film" - The Dove Foundation
- Family approved for ages 12 and up.