Already the controversial film is being applauded by the faith-based community for it's edgy, realistic, and stunning portrayal of the end of the world.
“We wanted to show an extremely realistic version of the Rapture,” says director Tim Chey. “What would the Rapture be like in Tokyo or Buenos Aires?”
Based on the ground-breaking novel, ‘Final’ was shot in six countries and captures the lives of four characters whose lives spin out of control in the days immediately following the Rapture.
“This film is extremely violent, yet extremely evangelical,”
An ‘Adults Only’ warning is issued to those viewing the trailer.
In the film, Colin Nelson desperately attempts to flee to Bora Bora. Keenly aware that he's in the Tribulation period, his only hope is in a mysterious man named Frankie. In Tokyo, a prize-winning journalist, Masashi, tries to unravel the disappearance of millions of people as the government closes in on him. In Buenos Aires, Marie searches for her final relative as time runs out. And on a deserted island in the South Pacific, Tom Wiseman, an avowed atheist professor, attempts to be rescued after his plane goes down.
Directed by Tim Chey
Official website: http://FinalTheMovie.com
Official Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/
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