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  • Actors: Julie Link, Mike Wilson, David A.R. White, Kevin Downes, Greg Davis
  • Directors: Wes Llewellyn
  • Writers: Kevin Downes, Amanda Llewellyn, Wes Llewellyn
  • Producers: David A.R. White, Brad Heller, Amanda Llewellyn, Bobby Downes
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Portuguese
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 12, 2010
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002UNXS68
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,140 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

  • Commentary with Director Wes Llewellyn & Co-Writer Amanda Llewellyn
  • Cast Commentary with David A. R. White and Kevin Downes

  • Editorial Reviews

    With impending global chaos, two F.B.I. agents are assigned to investigate the sudden disappearance of millions worldwide. The agents soon realize that a dissenter could hold the key to their pursuit of the truth. Believing there is a government conspiracy, this mysterious man leads his unconventional group to instead uncover a truth they never imagined, and a faith they never knew they had. The powerful cast of Mercy Streets and Six: The Mark Unleashed – David A.R. White, Kevin Downes and Brad Heller – reunites in this compelling thriller about conspiracy, leadership and the desire to believe.

    Customer Reviews

    The message...seek and you will find the truth.
    shoutgrace
    If you liked the "Left Behind" books and movies, you'll love this film, I guarantee it.
    here_is_your_review
    This is by far one of my favorite Rapture related movies.
    Ellen P. Lafleche-christian

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    43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Brian (integrityinfuse@hotmail.com) on October 27, 1999
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    This movies a great film if you're a fan of the X-Files! It follows two FBI agents through their investigation of a mass disappearance of people all over the world. Takes unusual twists and turns! Great film to sit back and relax to with family or friends...it'll throw you for a loop. Gave me the chills and left me feeling awesomely renewed come the ending! GET THIS!
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    48 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Gary Goodman on December 26, 1999
    Format: VHS Tape
    I found the movie gripping and exciting. It has all the components of a great mystery with on the edge of your seat excitement. The story is based on the best understanding of the Biblical truths and prophecies of the next great event in church history. The plot is gripping and the storyline moves along rapidly. The acting is superb! What sets this movie apart from other dramas and mysteries is the uncanny experience of the Spirit of God working in the viewer's heart, to take notice. The movie is a worthwhile experience for all ages. It certainly provides food for thought!
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By John A. M. Darnell on July 7, 2012
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    Without going into a full discussion of the four major views of an interpretation of the Book of Revelations, this film is representative of the Futurist position, the same position held by such luminaries as Hal Lindsey, Tim LaHaye and Joel C. Rosenberg (not to be confused with the SF writer Joel Rosenberg), and it holds fairly close to the mainline Futurist interpretation of that book. Christ comes to grab His church in the Rapture, which presages the Tribulation, during which 144,00 Jews become evangelists for Christ, saving millions, perhaps billions before the Great and Glorious Day when Christ returns to stop Armageddon and begins His 1000 year rule. I write this review as a Christian, but not necessarily as a Futurist; one who emphatically believes that Christ will return, but perhaps not in the way the Futurists believe (and there are plenty of evangelicals who agree with me--they are more interested in being disciples than tickling their emotions with prophesy candy.)

    Still, I enjoy a good End Times film as much as any one. They are usually fast-paced and good entertainment, and they always get the Gospel right, which I consider far more important than their prophetic content.

    And this one was no different. However, it has a few flaws, hence the four stars. Though the plot and characterization are great and grab you in the first few minutes, there were things that just didn't sit right with me. First, however, some good points.

    Though the dialog started out slightly flat (the actor playing Charles Baker sounded at first like he was reading his lines...he got better though), the script got better and more believable. And Jacob Krause, the rabbi turned Christian Evangelist, played his role as though it wasn't a role.
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    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By here_is_your_review on April 21, 2003
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    Though the timing of the Rapture is an oft-debated topic, this is one of the best films you'll find from the pre-tribulational viewpoint.
    This film reunites David White, Kevin Downes and Brad Heller from "End of the Harvest". If you liked the "Left Behind" books and movies, you'll love this film, I guarantee it. Wes Lewellyn did a terrific job finding scenic locations in California for this movie.
    Early one morning, the Rapture takes place and two FBI agents are assigned to work a list of 600+ missing persons, including one of their long-time friends. With each interview, they grow more puzzled at the bizarre event that has just taken place. Curiously, many seem to want to dismiss it without explanation.
    Brad Heller is simply excellent as Messianic Jew who comes to know Christ as the Son of God. Blowing a shofar to signify his new found Faith, Heller as "Jacob Krause" begins to evangelize the streets.
    There's a slight continuity error when Kevin Downe's character walks into a wood shop with dark brown pants. In the next scene, outside, he's wearing tan pants. In the director's and the actor's commentary, both included on the DVD version, they have a little laugh about Kevin's "magic pants" in this scene.
    Regardless of one's viewpoint on the Rapture, given Matthew 24:42 and Matthew 24:44, this film at least makes one think. This film was released in 1999, about a year before "Left Behind: The Movie" made its way to stores.
    The DVD version also includes a theatrical trailer, language selections of English, French, Spanish and Portuguese, the aforementioned actor's commentary, director's commentary and one deleted scene. They note that somebody stole their DAT (Digital Audio Tape) and three days of sound for filming was lost (two of those days were dubbed in).
    I recommend it, especially on DVD if you can get it.
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    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By The BPR Reference Guide on March 27, 2002
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    The story revolves around two FBI agents who are sent out to question those left behind regarding the disappearance of friends and family. One of their first assignments is to check out the whereabouts of a fellow agent who has vanished along with his two children. Amidst her shock, the missing agent's wife, Katherine, gives an eye-witness account of the events of that fateful morning as she sits disheveled, with bandaged wrists, in the psychiatric ward of the local hospital. These three characters pretty much run the gamut of emotions that are produced by the disappearances: Katherine is devastated; Agent Baker smugly proclaims his family "one of the lucky ones" because there is only one sister-in-law missing and because his people are "good, law-abiding people" therefore he's not too concerned; Agent Riley who doesn't know what to think but is uneasy. They, along with Jacob Krause, a Jew who realizes what has happened and goes about trying to teach and care for those left behind, are caught up in the aftermath of the rapture. World governance, chip implants, satellite tracking, etc. are the backdrop to Agent Riley's hunt for the truth.
    Very believable, has a sense of humor, thrilling ending. Scripture is quoted throughout. I wish I could give it 4 1/2 stars. One big minus: too expensive ... -- Moza
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