Drama


Unidentified


MPAA Rating:
PG
Genre:
Drama
Runtime:
85 mins
Stars:
Jonathan Aube, Josh Adamson, Michael Blain-Rozgay, Rebecca St. James, Lance Zitron, Jenna Bailey
Director:
Rich Christiano
Producer:
Rich Christiano & Alvin Mount

Content at a Glance


Sex


No Information

Language


h (as a place)-12; “idiot”-1

Violence


it’s stated a person was cut from ear to ear; it’s stated a man was zapped out of his truck.

Drugs


some men are drinking beer and fishing and bottles are seen on the ground which has already been consumed.

Nudity


No Information

Other


a man encourages bible reading in a nice scene; a man argues about the bible and christianity being true and angrily asks several people in the room if they are going to heaven or hell; a christian who use to work for the government says they occasionally would make up stories about ufo’s when he was with them; a man refers to the “next period of evolution”; a man states he believes demons, mediums, fortune tellers and spiritual guides are behind a lot of demonic activity; a woman states she doesn’t believe in heaven or in hell but in reincarnation; an inspiring comment about the rapture of the church.



Synopsis

An incident occurs in a small Texas town. A man driving home at night on a back highway, claims to have encountered a UFO. Two reporters from a national magazine are sent to investigate; their editor wants to publish a story on the controversial subject of UFOs. Brad (Josh Adamson) thinks they’re a hoax but Keith (Jonathan Aube) senses that something has really happened. What follows is a quest by each man to prove the other wrong. Are UFOs real? A hoax? Is there an explanation? Is there a spiritual connection?

From Rich Christiano, the director of “Time Changer” and “The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry”, “Unidentified” is a thought provoking film that goes beyond the UFO debate and challenges viewers to consider life’s most important question!


Movie Message

What a timely DVD! This DVD is one for families everywhere and is faith-friendly as well as family-friendly. The plot revolves around UFO sightings which have people everywhere, news reporters included, researching possible explanations. Are these REAL UFO’s? Is this a hoax? Or, as a few Christians hypothesize, could demonic influences be involved, as the smell of sulfur accompany the sightings and there are those who believe in aliens much more than God!

A certain reporter, named Brad, argues with Christians Keith and Darren and mocks their faith in Christianity. Yet when an event occurs and Christians seem to be missing, Brad begins to freak out! This is a powerful movie with a compelling conclusion and we congratulate the filmmakers in their originality. The acting is solid and the story is intriguing. We are delighted to award our Dove Seal to this faith and family DVD.

For Ages 12 And Over

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