My Refuge

DVD Release: September 3, 2013
My Refuge
Dove "Family-Approved"
For Ages 12 and Over

Synopsis

This gripping end-times drama follows the people in a small Arizona city in the aftermath of a national disaster. When a nuclear bomb is detonated in New York City, survivors across the country are forced to confront their hopes, fears, and faith. Not knowing what could happen next, they deal with the mounting tensions in various ways. Their intimate, intertwining stories intensify the drama of frantic phone calls, chaotic traffic jams, relentless news coverage, and tragic actions until they realize how precious life is and that God is the only hope for mankind.

Dove Review

This film is timely and will make you think! It features a few various plots of everyday people dealing with everyday problems and some more serious than that as two characters attempt suicide. On the brink of destruction following a nuclear bomb being released in New York City, several people realize how precious life is and that God is the only hope for mankind.

Due to a few characters overdosing, attempting to end their own lives, we are recommending this movie for ages twelve and over. This is a movie with a message!

Content Description

Sex: A few couples kiss; a husband considered having an affair but didn't.
Language: Crap-1; Duh-1
Violence: A few scenes of a bomb exploding in the city; an officer and a man hold a gun on each other; man threatens to shoot officer; man is shot.
Drugs: A few characters attempt to take their own lives by overdosing on pills.
Nudity: Woman seen in bath tub; kids in swimwear; cleavage; shirtless young men.
Other: A few people don't want to hear about Jesus; a woman says she hates husband but she is angry and doesn't mean it.

Info

Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
Source: Video
Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: Jeff Morrison
Director: Jeff Morrison
Producer: Jeff Morrison, Julie Clark
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 75 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Julie Clark, Claire Hastings, Randy Clark, Dave Hastings, Clarence Harden, Richard Wells