The Perfect Stranger

Theatrical Release: October 28, 2005
DVD Release: March 1, 2006
The Perfect Stranger
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Synopsis

Nikki Cominsky (Pamela Brumley) is a successful attorney, troubled by the fact that her life is less than perfect. From a workaholic husband (Dennis Martin) who won’t communicate to problems at the law firm, to the meddlesome neighbors next door, the big house and expensive cars just don’t seem to compensate.

One day, a mysterious invitation winds up on her desk. “You are Invited to a Dinner with Jesus of Nazareth” it reads. Thinking it’s her husband’s humorous attempt at reconciliation, Nikki anxiously shows up….only to find that the man waiting for her is a blond gentleman in a business suit (Jefferson Moore), who’s bent on convincing Nikki that he is, in fact, Jesus Christ!

Throughout their evening of arguments, conversation, and spirited debates, the lawyer finds out things she never knew about life, the universe, and most importantly, herself.

Based on the novel Dinner With a Perfect Stranger by David Gregory, “The Perfect Stranger” is an intimate, thought-provoking tale of one woman’s journey though the passages of doubt and disbelief with the most unforgettable man she will ever meet.

Dove Review

Have you ever thought what you would do if you got an invitation to dinner with the Lord? Well, this movie is about one woman who received such an invitation. Nikki can’t believe that the gentleman she is having dinner with is Jesus Christ. She gets to ask some of the questions that we all would love to ask if we were face to face with Jesus. This movie is enjoyable for all who watch it. It opens up our minds to a lot of different thoughts and questions. It is not only entertaining, but will challenge you to re-think your assumptions about God and where you stand with him.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: Drinking a glass of wine.
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe