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Left Behind (2-Oct-2014)

Director: Vic Armstrong

Writers: Paul Lalonde; John Patus

From novel: Left Behind by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins

Keywords: Drama, For Christian Audience, Bible, Rapture

Remake of the 2000 film of the same name follows the struggles of a group of individuals "left behind" after the Rapture transpires.

ABSTRACT
Remake of Left Behind (2000). The Rapture occurs, sending millions of adherents of evangelical Christian theology up to Heaven as heathens are left behind to suffer through the cataclysmic events of the Tribulation. Agnostic airline pilot Rayford Steele is one such non-Raptured individual; he must contend with the disappearance of a number of his passengers and an airport dotted with wrecks while journalist Buck Williams looks to piece together events leading to the chaos quickly enveloping Earth. Panned by critics from all sorts of faiths, fundamentalist Christianity included, Left Behind did not answer fans of the source material's prayers for a significant improvement over the 2000 film bearing its name.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nicolas Cage
Actor
7-Jan-1964   Leaving Las Vegas
Lolo Jones
Track and Field
5-Aug-1982   American hurdler, prominent virgin
Chad Michael Murray
Actor
24-Aug-1981   Lucas Scott on One Tree Hill
William Ragsdale
Actor
19-Jan-1961   Herman's Head
Jordin Sparks
Singer
22-Dec-1989   Winner, 6th season American Idol
Lea Thompson
Actor
31-May-1961   Caroline in the City

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