Family Chaos

Theatrical Release: February 6, 2007
DVD Release: February 22, 2007
Family Chaos
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Synopsis

This short video presents a family in chaos and the solution that two brothers come up with.

Dove Review

This short drama offers up some interesting points of interest in a short amount of time. A teenager leaves some of his letters in the kitchen and the mother brings them to his bedroom, telling him he shouldn’t leave his stuff in the kitchen. His brother eats the last of the peanuts in a jar and puts the empty jar back in its place. The house is a mess and no one wants to clean it. The father and mother have an arguement. Without giving away the ending, the two brothers pray and ask God to help with all the family chaos, and things improve, due to some action on the part of the brothers.

Although the video is very brief, it does make a spiritual point in just a matter of minutes. Dove recommends it for all ages, although the very young might not comprehend its spiritual weight.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: The father gets a little testy with his son and has a disagreement with his wife.

Info

Company: Burnt Scroll Productions
Director: Carl Obrenski
Producer: Carl Obrenski
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 5 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter