The Prodigal Trilogy

DVD Release: June 1, 2010
The Prodigal Trilogy
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violence
drugs
nudity
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Synopsis

This film is a cinematic adaption of Jason Hildebrand’s powerful monologues based on the Luke 15 parable of Jesus. Each of the three acts in the film reveal the journey of a different character in the story. Some of the inspiration for these monologues cane from a song by Keith Green called The Prodigal Son Suite, a painting by Rembrandt entitled “The Return of the Prodigal Son” and a book, with the same title, inspired by the same painting, written by Henri Nouwen.

Jason Hildebrand is a profession actor, award-winning filmmaker, and communication coach. He has performed in theater, film and television, and continues to tour the globe with his acclaimed solo performance. Jason also works with film and theater companies, organizations and educational institutions in various capacities throughout North America and Europe.

Dove Review

This features a performance by Jason Hildebrand as he portrays the three characters from the parable that Jesus told about the prodigal son. Jason brings to life the thoughts and feelings of the prodigal son, his older brother and his father, displaying the inner-emotions of each character with conviction.

This short theatrical presentation has all the entertaining attributes of the theater in your own home. We award this DVD the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Discussion regarding different woman in a man's bed.
Language: Comment describing man's activities "whoring" around.
Violence: None
Drugs: Discussion about drinking, partying, and being "strung out".
Nudity: None
Other: Re-enactment of a Biblical parable.

Info

Company: Jason Hildebrand Creative Arts
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 30 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe