Seventy Times Seven

DVD Release: August 1, 2017
Seventy Times Seven


Love is the greatest commandment of all. Especially when you are asked to love your enemy. “Seventy Times Seven” puts this scripture to the extreme test when David Anderson marries the love of his life and she is murdered. When the police come up empty handed, will David be charged with the murder of his own wife? When he goes on a mission to find her murderer, will there be more killing? How can love be found in shattered dreams? It can. Seventy times seven.

Dove Review

Josiah David Warren gives a strong performance in “Seventy Times Seven” as David Anderson, a young man who is madly in love and marries the woman of his dreams, Jacqueline (Tina Ballerina), only to lose her six months later when she is violently murdered. Who killed her? It becomes David’s obsession to find her killer and when a few pieces of evidence points to his sister-in-law, Jen, David refuses to consider any other possibility. But as his loving family and church friends remind him of the kindness of his sister-in-law, David begins to consider other possibilities. He doubts God’s love but those around him refuse to quit on him.

This story ably shows that God is with us, especially in the valleys. We are pleased to award it our Faith-Friendly Seal for ages 12-plus. The theme of forgiveness is powerfully dramatized in this movie.

Content Description

Sex: None.
Language: H (as a place)-1.
Violence: A man pulls gun on woman (in a flashback) as he stole her car and purse; guys practice martial arts, and one of them comes on a bit strong; a woman is seen dead on the bathroom floor with blood on her clothes, the floor and the baseboard, but it is brief and not gratuitous; a man is shot at from a car as he is driving; guns held on a few characters; a boy shoves a girl; man threatens to kill woman; man says he will kill wife's killer; two men fight; man shoves his wife; woman has blood on lips from being struck by her husband.
Drugs: None.
Nudity: None.
Other: A man that liked a girl is very jealous that she is with another man and marries him; a woman is jealous when her sister-in-law becomes pregnant as she has tried for five years to become pregnant and is still waiting; death and grief; cemetery scenes; a grieving man puts a gun to his chin, considering suicide; a Christian struggles with doubt and another man says he never believed in God; woman spits on man.


Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: Sun Hui East
Director: Josiah Warren
Producer: Sun Hui East
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 97 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter