A young Christian artist feels called to not only paint still-life creations of her dreams, but to follow them, to discover why they’ve always felt like they meant something more. This sounds almost whimsical, but when the entire world becomes infatuated with a watch that dictates their entire lives, a technological plague consumes the globe, threatening not only the artists dreams, but her soul too.
This watch closely imitates Revelation’s reference to “the mark of the beast.” Those that vouch for the watch trade their souls for comfort—and this subtle reality is only the dark beginning of this spiritual sci-fi film.
Spiritual Paranoia has some heavy elements that while not appropriate, are considered hard spiritual concepts for children to grasp, including much of a parallel to the biblical Apocalypse. Meanwhile, characters who give into the technology don’t follow Christian principles and engage in sexual conduct, drinking, etc. that don’t reflect a God-honoring lifestyle. Due to these heavy concepts and scenes, this film is Dove-approved for Ages 12+.
The Dove Take
Spiritual Paranoia is a Christian sci-fi film that offers a paralleled reality to the biblical accounts in Revelation—but some scenes are too heavy for young children.