Finger of God
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Prepare to go on a dizzying journey around the world--from the streets of Northern California to the mud huts of Africa; from the underground church in China to the Gypsies in Eastern Europe--you will be challenged and encouraged by the extraordinary things God is doing in our world today. Born out of filmmaker Darren Wilson's personal journey of two years and hundreds of hours of footage, Finger of God will show you a world you never knew existed. A world of hope and courage. A world where God's fingerprints are found in the unlikeliest of places.
Now with subtitles and menus in 14 languages including English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish!
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First off, with a budget of $20,000, Darren Wilson does a fantastic job producing this film. I have seen more documentaries that I care to admit that couldn't match Darren's production value with a higher budget. Second, Darren does a tremendous job of documenting in a clear and honest way with no smoke and mirrors and no 'slick talk' like you see in other documentaries. The content in this piece is so sensitive and Mr. Wilson did a great job presenting it without making the watcher feel uncomfortable.
I consider myself a charasmatic skeptic so most of the film resonated with me. However there were a few parts where I wanted to believe what was going on (gems from heaven) but wanted more proof. But after much consideration, I don't believe that giving proof was any kind of theme in this movie, nor did it need to be. A documentary can 'document' without having to go into argumentative detail on its findings. And with much of the content in this movie, there will always be a burden of proof. If Mr. Wilson would have put a gemologist in his film to prove the gems were in fact real, it still wouldn't have appeased the skeptics and it would have helped the timbre of the film at all.
Even though I'm still a tad skeptical on a few of its topics (I just can't get my head around the gems) it doesn't mean in any way its a bad movie. People that never study things they disagree with lead very boring lives. But the things that I agreed with, resonated with me so much that I fell in love with this movie.Read more ›
While being an uplifting movie, that is where the good ends. As a documentary, I do not think Darren Wilson gives enough evidence for what he sets out to prove. There is only two miracles actually shown from before to after, and both could be explained through psychological expectation (pain going away because the brain creates endorphins in expectation of miracle). The really fantastic miracles are seen only after the healing. I believe in miracles, but why can't he even film at least one mind blowing miracle from beginning to end? He is always too late to get the actual healing on film.
He did not even try to prove the miracles he missed. In the Catholic Church they will interview family members, friends, and doctors to prove a miracle. It's not rocket science, just do a little more investigating. I would like to point out, that this type of investigation has been used since the early days of church. It is simple, say a lady is healed of blindness. Okay, then interview her friends and family. Most people will not turn down being on a movie especially if the miracle is real. As a documentary, we do not need necessarily need hardcore evidence, but we could use a little more eye-witnesses from those who knew the person who was healed.
I do not think Darren Wilson is a liar and faked the miracles. I believe he is just inexperienced.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So sad. No evidence. Scary that this just may be a sign of the end with this documentary showing the false prophets preying on the weak and gullible.Published 2 months ago by Jacqueline H. Bentley
I believe in God and in miracles, but this documentary fails to prove anything. A whole bunch of church people receiving gold teeth from God? seriously?! gold dust? manna? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alisha Kayama