FOR ALL, FOR ONE

No Greater Love

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Release Date: April 14, 2010

Starring: Kendall Lloyd, Stephen Enloe, Jennifer Lloyd

Genre: Drama

Audience: Older children to adults

Rating: N/A

Runtime: 15minutes

Distributor: 11th Hour Productions

Director: Les Enloe

Executive Producer: Les Enloe & Jacqueline Enloe

Producer: Jacqueline Enloe

Writer: Les Enloe

Address Comments To:

Les Enloe, 11th Hour Productions
Email: fourall41@yahoo.com
Web: www.forallforonefilm.com

Content:

(CCC) Very strong Christian worldview with evangelistic message and nothing objectionable.

Summary:

The short film entitled FOR ALL, FOR ONE is an emotional story of a single father and his only son facing a worldwide pandemic. When they test the population, they find out that only the son has the missing gene, but to affect the cure, he must give up his life. The father is devastated. The message is clearly a Gospel allegory and very heart-rending.

Review:

The short film entitled FOR ALL, FOR ONE is an emotional story of a single father and his only son facing a worldwide pandemic.

As the pandemic spreads, authorities discover that there may be a genetic cure. When they test the population, they find out that only the son has the missing gene, but to affect the cure, he must give up his life. The father is devastated.

There have been several plays and movies with the same theme as FOR ALL, FOR ONE. None are as well executed.

Everything from the action to the camera work to the recreated news spots is commendable. Thus, the direction is superb.

The message is clearly a gospel allegory and very heart-rending. Everyone involved should be commended. FOR ALL, FOR ONE is highly recommended.

In Brief:

The short film entitled FOR ALL, FOR ONE is an emotional story of a single father and his only son facing a worldwide pandemic. As the pandemic spreads, authorities discover that there may be a genetic cure. When they test the population, they find out that only the son has the missing gene, but to affect the cure, he must give up his life. The father is devastated.

There have been several plays and movies with the same theme as FOR ALL, FOR ONE. None are as well executed. Everything from the action to the camera work to the recreated news spots is commendable. Thus, the direction is superb. The message is clearly a Gospel allegory and very heart-rending. Everyone involved should be commended. FOR ALL, FOR ONE is highly recommended.