Apostasy: The Movie - Directed by Daniel Kokotajlo

by darkspilver 72 Replies latest jw friends

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  • slimboyfat

    I would have watched it at the GFT had it not been for the snow. I wonder if it was rescheduled.

  • slimboyfat

    Oh it wasn't at the GFT it was at Cineworld. And it was cancelled on the 1st of March. Mmm not much chance of them rescheduling it then I suppose.

  • UnshackleTheChains

    Any updates on the film 'Apostasy'?

  • blownaway

    Its available on Amazon, if you don't live in the USA maybe you can get someone to get it and ship it to you. 14.99 for the DVD

  • stuckinarut2

    We just bought it officially (happy to support such an awesome endeavour!) through amazon.

    It will be shipped to us here in Australia in a month or so.

  • zophar

    This movie is available on Amazon Prime for $3.99 or $4.99 streaming rental.

    This movie is SO realistic. Paul Grundy and James Penton are in the credits as part of a list of people thanked for their help in making the movie.

    It is very fair. As mentioned elsewhere on this board, if you COULD get a JW to watch it, they would have to admit the fairness and the way elders, publishers etc are portrayed. Certainly not over dramatized or over acted.

  • javierjiminy

    I just finished watching the movie. The portrayal of the jw life is real. I love the way the movie had a sad, gloomy atmosphere. jw life is sad and depressing, and is not the #bestlifeever. However, for me this film is a 6.5/10. I wished there would have been more action, drama, or information that really dealt with apostasy. Overall, I feel this movie is best for those who don't know anything about the borg. Personally, I enjoyed Confessions of A Teenage Jesus Jerk more than this film.

    Side note: You can rent it for $0.99 on Vudu if you are a first time customer, which I did.

  • Roxie

    I saw this movie in the cinema in Dublin. Great work, Daniel!!!! (If you happen to read this forum).

    I am deeply moved.

    100% truth about the truth.

  • snugglebunny

    In today's Sunday Times. Culture section, page 12.

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