Chasing the Star

DVD Release: September 5, 2017
Chasing the Star
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Synopsis

Three Magi Priests from different regions of the world journey through the unforgiving desert in hopes of finding proof of an age old prophecy. But Kings of men and fallen angels will stop at nothing to destroy the Magi and the baby boy they hold dear. These evils force the Magi to confront and make peace with old demons in order to prepare for the arrival of the newborn King.

Dove Review

“Chasing the Star” showcases terrific scenery and landscapes, in addition to featuring authentic-appearing costumes as it focuses on the Magi and the birth of Jesus. The movie focuses a lot of its energy on Herod and the three wise men as they seek baby Jesus. Some history and tradition of the Magi are also elaborated on in the film.

Another nice thing about this film is the beginning which focuses on space and the stars and the brightest star, which gains the wise men’s attention. They make the biblical connection to the promise of the birth of the Messiah. We are pleased to award “Chasing the Star” our Faith-Friendly Seal for ages 12-plus. “Chasing the Star” will take the viewer back to the roots of Christianity!

Content Description

Sex: None,
Language: D-1; A-1: fool-1.
Violence: Herod manhandles a servant; man fights other man and shoves him; man pulls knife on man; a man punishes a boy, hits him with a stick and ties him to a tree; blood is seen on his face.
Drugs: The drinking of wine in a scene.
Nudity: None.
Other: Tension between characters; death and grief; an image of a demon reaches out toward boy which causes him pain and he becomes blind; a man that betrayed the wise men is seen on the ground, dead.

Info

Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: DJ Perry
Director: Bret Miller
Producer: DJ Perry
Genre: Religion
Runtime: 96 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Yancy Butler, Rance Howard, Terence Knox
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter