Live Fast, Die Young

Theatrical Release: October 24, 2008
Live Fast, Die Young
Dove "Family-Approved"
For Ages 12 and Over

Synopsis

See the stunning film that is changing lives everywhere for Christ. At an exclusive Hollywood party on Christmas Eve, an A-list star dies of apparent overdose. A detective holds a protesting core group of Hollywood insiders for questioning. The group, consisting of an A-list director, a top agent, a movie star, a media mogul, a writer, a wannabe actress, a studio head, and others, begin a deep and profound discussion on the meaning of life, including the existence of God.

Dove Review

This DVD is well worth watching. A man named David shows up at a Hollywood party. He is a former screenwriter with many acquaintances in the industry. His life has changed as he is now a committed Christian. He finds a lot of unhappiness at the party and a lot of arrogance and attitudes. When a young actress unexpectedly overdoses, a police detective shows up, determined to find out who gave the heroin to her. As several of the actors, producers and a director are held for questioning, they open up a bit more to David’s witnessing of Christ, and they even share with each other the worse things they have done.

This film deals with the themes of sowing and reaping, death, unhappiness, and God. It is a realistic and good story and we highly recommend it and are pleased to award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to the movie.

Content Description

Sex: Woman cheats on boyfriend by kissing another man.
Language: Several words are used like "idiot", "stupid", "loser"; "slut"
Violence: A man grabs another man by his jacket; some arguments.
Drugs: A lot of drinking and a woman overdoses; talk of drugs; a drug dealer attends the party.
Nudity: Some cleavage.
Other: Discussions about God; some people say they don't believe in God; one person is called a "Jesus freak".

Info

Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
Source: Video
Company: River Rain Productions
Writer: Tim Chey
Director: Tim Chey
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 102 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated