The Second Coming of Christ

The Second Coming of Christ
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Synopsis

The journey of a woman scientist who, at the end of times, discovers that true faith can bring miracles.

Dove Review

“The Second Coming of Christ” features an interesting plot about the apocalypse and a unique take on how the end times might unfold. A Blight hits all the plants on the Earth, resulting in the death of them all, and this results in a domino effect. Animals die, and insects and people are left starving, due to the lack of vegetables and meat.

Survival is one of the plot devices, as is the need for trust in God. The devil shows up in human form, and people sell their souls to him for provisions. A preacher named John shares the good news of God’s love as well as what meager amounts of food he has. He offers them hope. A woman, who is a scientist, briefly has a relationship with the “human” devil but then cries out to God in the end.

We are pleased to award this film our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12 and older. The film includes a few odd statements, which are mentioned in our content listing under “other,” but the film, overall, does a good job in pointing the way to Jesus as mankind’s only hope.

Content Description

Sex: Two people kiss (and one of them is supposed to be the devil in human form); man tells hungry woman, if she has no money, "we can work something out."
Language: OMG/O/G-6; For G*d's sake-2; woman says God is a bee, because it takes a bee to make pollen; H-1; H (as a biblical place)-1; Devil (man) refers to people waiting for their "Stupid Jesus" to come.
Violence: Jesus shown on the cross in several scenes, with nails driven in His hands and feet and blood; man punches another man in the face; woman says she killed man and felt nothing, because he wanted to take her child away; John is beheaded, but the scene is not shown on screen.
Drugs: Children take communion, and it could be wine in the cup; a toast with what could be either water or alcohol.
Nudity: Jesus and thief on cross from waist up, shirtless; cleavage in a scene; woman in shorts.
Other: Guards are gambling for Jesus's clothes; a woman says God didn't do a very good job with creation but is converted later in the film; a man gives a picture of Mary, the mother of Jesus, to a girl and tells her it will do miracles and heal her when she's sick; hungry man steals food from a church; a woman tells a man, who is really the devil, that she wants to kill him, but then they kiss; little girl asks mother about the "dying room," in which little baby girls in China are placed and left to die, and woman takes child from there; a skinny, dead cow is shown; a girl dies from cardiac arrest, and her mother cries as paddles are used on the girl; people die due to a lack of oxygen, because there are no plants.

Info

Company: Flawless Production
Director: Diana Angelson
Producer: Diana Angelson
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 85 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter