This film came out last year, but I just didn’t have the $20 at the time of its release to watch it right then. Luckily, Ray Comfort and the folks at Living Waters (his online store) have lowered the price to an affordable $4.99 … and still allows you to save the film to your computer! (It’s not a rental!)
The film is very short (not even quite an hour long), but gets the message across that it’s trying to convey: The way to deal with situations involving gay people isn’t to be cruel and degrading, but to share God’s Word properly, and to educate them on the saving grace that Jesus Christs presents to all sinners.
The “film” parts of the movie (probably making up about ~40 minutes of the video) are surprisingly well acted and done. At first you aren’t sure what to expect, but after the main character reaches the end of the first act, it’s clear that the film is on pretty solid footing in terms of writing, acting and presentation.
The most interesting parts of the film are the clips of Ray Comfort witnessing to students, people on beaches and other random adults. He speaks to both gay and straight people alike, all of them hear him out and most get what he’s trying to say about homosexuality and the Bible. What’s very sad is how evident it is that almost no one talked to even knew specifics about the Bible. A young black girl, for instance, didn’t even know that Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins. It’s really no wonder she had a free-loving, anything-goes lifestyle if she never pursued to know about God’s truth, sin and the savior of humanity.
I recommend this film, and think it’s a few dollars wonderfully spent.