The Saved (Part 1)

The Saved (Part 1)


Suicide has been on the increase over the past years in Nigeria. A young man who was about to commit suicide was saved by God.

Dove Review

The Saved (Part One) brings us to the jungle, where a young man has fastened a rope to a tree and is ready to kill himself. He feels as if he has no true purpose, and with the recent news that his latest investment, the investment involving all of his life savings, has gone under, he feels that hope is too far away.

Just in time, Pastor Uzoma Sunday arrives and convinces the young man to put down the rope and climb out of the tree. Pastor Sunday reminds the young man that life is never ours to take and that God always promises us an eternal hope. This message inspires the young man and changes his perspective on his finances and life.

In the opening scene, the young man has a rope around his neck in the tree with suicidal intentions, which might create some heavy conversation between parents and children, but with higher suicide rates not only in Nigeria but in America too, this faith-based film offers hope for everyone, making it Dove-approved for All Ages.

The Dove Take:

When all hope seems lost and a young man is ready to end his life, Pastor Sunday reminds Him that God provides hope and purpose for everyone.

Content Description

Faith: Pastor Uzoma Sunday brings the young man Christ's message of hope and purpose.
Integrity: Hope and eternal friendship are heavy themes throughout the film.
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: A young man attaches himself to a rope in a tree with suicidal intensions.


Company: Logicman
Writer: Uzoma Sunday
Director: Uzoma Sunday
Producer: Uzoma Sunday
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 5 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Peyton G.