The Book of Daniel

DVD Release: October 1, 2013
The Book of Daniel
Dove "Family-Approved"
For All Ages

Synopsis

Taken into slavery after the fall of Jerusalem in 605 B.C., Daniel (Robert Miano) is forced to serve the most powerful king in the world, King Nebuchadnezzar. Faced with imminent death, Daniel proves himself a trusted advisor and is placed among the king’s wise men. Threatened by death at every turn Daniel never ceases to serve the king until he is forced to choose between serving the king and honoring God. With his life at stake Daniel has nothing but his faith to stand between him and the lions’ den.

Dove Review

This movie is wonderful. It sticks very closely to the scriptures regarding Daniel and his relationship with King Nebuchadnezzar, Belshazzar, and Darius. With terrific special effects featured the viewer sees the three Hebrews, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, walk in the midst of the burning fiery furnace and suddenly a fourth figure walking with them, one that protects them from the flames. We see Belshazzar and his impending doom after he drinks from the goblets and vessels used in the service of the temple of the Hebrews. We see the envy of three rulers who attempt to trick the king into killing Daniel in the lion’s den. But to their amazement Daniel survives and it is they who must face severe judgment.

This movie literally brings the story of Daniel alive. The acting is excellent, the music is terrific, and the story is inspiring and remarkable. “The Book of Daniel” is a good tool to use in Christian Education or Sunday School Classes. This movie has earned five Doves from us.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: A blade is held to a man's throat a few times but he is fine; swords held on men; a man is killed with a sword in a brief and non-graphic scene; lions are seen showing interest in a character in the lion's den.
Drugs: The drinking of wine in a few scenes; a party in which a man faces sudden judgment.
Nudity: None
Other: A man loses his mind for his pride but when he acknowledges God his reasoning returns.

Info

Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
Source: Video
Company: PureFlix
Writer: Cary Solomon Chuck Konzelman
Director: Anna Zielinski
Producer: Russell Wolfe, David A.R. White, Michael Scott
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Robert Miano, Andrew Bongiorno, Lance Henriksen, Kevin, Rolf Saxon, Peter Kluge