Lazarus Phenomenon,The: A Glimpse of Eternity

DVD Release: December 1, 2006
Lazarus Phenomenon,The: A Glimpse of Eternity
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integrity
sex
language
violence
drugs
nudity
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Synopsis

This film deals with man’s search for life after death. It is a riveting true-life drama that plays itself out in various locations including the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. A young New Zeeland surfer on an ‘endless summer vacation’ dies after being stung by one of the deadliest creature in the ocean, yet lives to tell his tale. Daniel Ekechukwu, apaster from Nigeria who was certified dead and lay in state, returned from the dead to tell his tale.

Dove Review

This film uses near-death experiences to examine the question of whether there is life after death. Two Christian men are central to the DVD, and they both vividly described personally experiencing both Heaven and Hell. Both men emphasize the need to forgive those whom they felt wronged them, admit all past sins, and ask God’s forgiveness, in order to be accepted into heaven. Due to the focus on death, the potential for eternal suffering, and the visual depictions of Hell used throughout, this film could be frightening for young children. “The Lazarus Phenomenon” is approved for ages 12 and older.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Reference to past promiscuity.
Language: None
Violence: People depicted being burned and tormented in Hell.
Drugs: Injured man mistaken for drug addict; man admits past drug use; men shown drinking beer and whiskey.
Nudity: Male without shirt.
Other: Frightening imagery including skulls, skeletons, screaming, writhing, crying people, a screen filled with billowing flames; graphic descriptions of Hell.

Info

Company: Eternal Pictures Inc.
Director: Regardt Van Den Bergh
Producer: W. Johan Sturm
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 100 min.
Reviewer: Samantha Kubik