Iesodo: Love

DVD Release: January 21, 2014
Iesodo: Love
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Synopsis

Iesodo (pronounced Yay-Sa-Doe) and his friends live in the Holy Land, in a beautiful Cypress Tree on the shores of a vast Lake (or as we know it, the Sea of Galilee). These birds are an unlikely group of friends, and though they have their differences, they have one thing in common: since they met Iesodo, their lives have never been the same. Now they’re out to spread his message of hope to the entire bird world!

“Birds of a Feather Fish Together” – The wedding celebration of Freddie and Fiona Finch is headed for disaster! Jack and Jacob will have to stop arguing and work together or they’ll never catch fish for the wedding feast. Meanwhile, Barry is concerned that the party guests will run out of nectar. Iesodo steps in to calm everyone’s ruffled feathers and make the event a success!

“Love Your Enemies” – Zack the tax collector doesn’t play by the rules. When the flock decides to take matters into their own wings, Iesodo shows them that treating those who are mean to us with kindness makes a big difference, and everyone is capable of changing.

Dove Review

Here is another collection of the Iesodo series. The two charming stories in this collection deal with friendship and working together in the bird world. Iesodo is a beautiful white dove that brings changes to the world of birds. He shows all the other birds the right path to take, the importance of kindness, helping others and sharing with others.

In “Birds of a Feather Fish Together”, the Pelican brothers need to work together to catch fish for the wedding but all they seem to do is argue about who is better at catching fish. But Iesodo helps them see that by working together they can get the job done and not let the others down. He also has faith that there will be plenty of nectar for the wedding.

In “Love Your Enemies”, Iesodo teaches the birds to love their enemies no matter who they are as he gets Zach the bird tax collector to see his wrong doing and gets the other birds to make Zach their friend. A lesson of sharing is shown to be better than taking.

These two stories are parables of those in the Bible regarding the work of Jesus. They will entertain the entire family with this colorful animated series. We are proud to award these two tales the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Capitol Christian Distribution
Writer: Rob Loos
Director: Brian E. Ray
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 30 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Voices of: Tony Oliver, Erin Bethea, Ron Allen, Joey Lotsko, T.W. Gibbis
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe