End Of The Spear
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"End of the Spear" is the remarkable journey of a savage Amazon tribesman who becomes family to the son of a North American man he kills. Mincayani (Louie Leonardo) is a Waodani warrior who leads the raid that kills Steve Saint's father and four other missionaries. Through a suspenseful series of events Steve Saint (Chase Ellison) is able to visit Mincayani's tribe. Steve tries to learn which warriors killed his father, but has to leave with his question unanswered. Steve returns to the Waodani as an adult (Chad Allen). Together Mincayani and Steve confront the true meaning of the life and death of Steve's father, and the other men who were killed.
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In the past few years, I have read of Valerie's return visit to her childhood home in Ecuador and various articles Mrs. Eliot and Valerie have written for Christian magazines. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing "The End of the Spear," but it is a film I would need to see a few times before all the details would sink in. I believe the title is appropriate as it has two meanings: (1)the deadly, pointed end of a spear used by a primitive tribe and (2) the end of violence as a way of life for the Indians once they accepted the teachings of Jesus Christ. Both meanings remind me of the Bible verse about "turning spears into plough-shares" and "studying war no more." In my opinion, the cast and the sound track of the film are excellent. I would recommend this film very highly.
Certain plot points may be a bit vague and confusing to those unfamiliar with the story.