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Unidentified, A Rich Christiano Film

Updated on February 16, 2020
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Unidentified is a Christian movie that was shown to us by a friend who likes the Christiano films. It's interesting movie to watch.


Science Fiction Christian Movie

I've been featuring movies from Rich Christiano group, a Christian film maker. I found their movies so interesting and thought provoking.

This movie is about people encountering UFOs. Where did these UFOs came from? Did they came to spread good will towards men? Are these aliens do care for humanity and want to share their advance knowledge to planet earth? Are These UFOs for real or just hoaxes?

What the Bible says, about these things? Watch this movie and see for your self the answer to all these questions. Though it is fictional, there is some Biblical overtone to it.

There are a lot of rumors about people seeing UFOs. Some people believe that they are alien from other planets. I believe they are demons trying to deceive people that they are friends.

Unidentified Flying Object

What are UFOs, are they real? If so, what is their purpose? Are they from the other planet? Why are they so interested on planet Earth? What is their purpose of coming here? Did they come in peace? What is the story behind UFOs.

The movie Unidentified will shed light on these questions. As believers of Jesus Christ, we should know the purpose of all these things. Why we heard a lot of supernatural happenings. Are we in the last days?


About the movie - Unidentified

Unidentified is a 2006 Science fiction Christian film produced by Rich Christiano and Alvin Mount. Written by Jeffrey Lee Hollis, and directed by Rich Christiano for Two & Five production.

The scene opens back in the year 1938, where a family and some of their neighbors, heard the news on the radio of an alien invasion and thousand of people has been killed. The news was not really a news but just a dramatization of alien attack. But they open the radio late and did not hear the beginning of the program that it was just a drama that they believe it was true. Then, it fast forward to the present time, where in small town Texas, a man while driving home on a backroad, seen a UFO and was being abducted, questioned and then released.

An editor of the Magazine, "Both Sides", assigned two reporters to investigate the incident. He wanted to publish these controversial subject on UFOs. He believe that there must be something going on. One reporter, Brad (Josh Adamson) thought it was tabloid and don't want to do the job, but was forced to go anyway. In the other hand Keith (Jonathan Aube) accept the assignment, though, he don't know what to expect. Both reporters went to that UFO sightings, interviewed those people involved, but they were not willing to speak.

There was abduction, after abduction of the people seeing UFOs and both reporters had to met those people to ask about the incident. Few were willing to share their experience. Some people who was abducted believe that the aliens want to communicate something. That they want to help the nature to reach a new level of evolution.

The time for publishing about the reports on UFOs has come, Brad (Josh Adamson) would like to prove that this UFO sighting were staged and he would like to expose those people. Keith (Jonathan Aube) in the other hand, believe that there must be something to it. He believe that it is about spiritual thing. That UFOs has something to do with the end times and the coming deception. The magazine was read by a lot of people, see the movie and know which theory you would agree with.

Watch the movie and see for yourself, what happened to "Both Sides" investigations. Will Brad theory on UFO will be proven right? What about Keith's side of the story? See for yourself!,

Unidentified Trailer

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In the Bible....

" Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness." 2 Thessalonians 2:9-11)

© 2012 Lorna


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