Beyond and Back (1978)

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A documentary that explores the subject of near death experiences.


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28 September 2001 | dtucker86
a great film but where is it?
When I was a kid, I really enjoyed the various documentaries made by Sunn Classic Pictures such as The Mysterious Monsters, The Bermuda Triangle, In Search Of Historic Jesus, and The Lincoln Conspiracy. I think that this one was my favorite. I have always been a firm believer in life after death and I love how this film explored the possibility. People don't realize that Ernest Hemingway had a near death experience when wounded in WWI and used it in his book a Farewell To Arms. I was fascinated by all the accounts this film covered. The one part that I remember scared me was the hellish experience of the suicide at the end. There was a doctor named Maurice Rawlings who researched NDEs and he said that all suicide survivors he talked to had experiences like that. I have been trying to find this film for a long time. Could anyone reading this please help me?

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Plot Summary


Genres

Documentary

Details

Release Date:

2 October 1980

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Utah, USA

Box Office

Gross USA:

$23,784,000

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