The Lazarus Phenomenon (2006)

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The Lazarus Phenomenon is a film that deals with man's search for life after death. It is a riveting true-life drama that plays itself out in various locations including the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius.


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19 January 2008 | duboisekecia
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| All Need To See
I thinks it's one of those movies all need to see. I loved the movie. I just recently gave my life to Christ and want my older children to see this. It really makes you think, where are you in life and where your going in the after life. The first time i saw it i was unsaved but knew i was on my way to giving my life to god. It can be kind of scary to others who had no belief in god or heaven or hell. It all boils down to your belief, faith and how your living. In the end all of us will be judged in judgment day. I really thank TBN for showing this outstanding movie. It really shed's some light on what can really happen. I particularly liked the atmosphere of heaven and the showing of what's to come in hell. The best part still remains ,,,, the forgiveness.. The young man had no idea he would not go on with god for the simple reason he never asked his wife for forgiveness before he got in the accident. I'm sure we've all did something we regret we never said I'm sorry for and wished we had . Thanks for such a wonderful film..

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Genres

Drama

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Release Date:

2 June 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA, UK, South Africa

Filming Locations

Onitsha, Nigeria

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Budget:

ZAR500,000 (estimated)

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