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This is the unvarnished truth about how radical Islam operates. Great story line that reveals how American jurisprudence and the liberal media turns justified scrutiny of the actions of bad actors into the catch all phrase of Islamophobia. Thankfully, we have people who are willing to speak out against the tyranny and oppression detailed in the movie. The film makers are among those righteous people.
Everyone got a story and this movie combines friendship and freedom that bridges the gap of the faith and cultures between integrity and character. Great Actors and directors bringing into the light. We pray for Iranian people to be set free and yes Jesus really loves you and more He is God. He is God. He is God. We love Iranians and we come to unite as one in Christ. Great Movie!! I surely watch it again and highly recommended it to everyone. The best investment to owns and watched.
This was a decent film. I believe this was Dinesh D'Souza's first full length film, that wasn't a documentary, and he did a pretty good job. The end could have used some work but, other than that, it was well worth the money.
Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2020
After watching this movie, why am I not surprised to find out that this movie was bankrolled by Dinesh D'Souza. This movie bleeds so much arrogance. If only history would have shown us the destruction that hubris brings...oh, wait.
The actor's (Jim Caviezel)'s faith is irrelevant to me. I watched it because I enjoyed his show Person of Interest, but this story line definitely had room for improvement. This movie definitely doesn't help the division of today's society. Portraying White Christians as the righteous and the persecuted while portraying Muslims as the enemy (making one (or a few) Muslim character/s as friendly doesn't fix the issue). It's no different than movies portraying African Americans and Latinos as murders, gangbangers, womanizers, and uneducated. It is no different in how Japanese were portrayed in the media and treated by society during WWII. If only someone had warned us that "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it". (No, not Plato...it was an American)..