The Scarf

Theatrical Release: October 10, 2009
DVD Release: July 13, 2010
The Scarf


When two high school girls, Daniella and Krista, find themselves working on a school Science Project about UFOs, they soon realize that they may be in a little over their heads. After family problems and an over-obsessive personality mislead Daniella to thinking that she must experience a UFO in order to get a good grade, this project soon threatens to tear apart her friendships, family and even her very own life.

Dove Review

Here is a Sci-Fi movie for the Christian community. It has a weird beginning where a woman is putting on a scarf and then hears voices that she goes looking for. As she searches for where the noises are coming from she goes into a room and you hear a scream, then it is ten years later.

As the girls do research for their project, they discover that throughout history there have been many mentions of UFOs. But as they study the subject more and more Daniella becomes obsessed as she starts to believe she is connected with a UFO and the spirited powers of her aunt. But in the end it is the power of prayer that saves the day and Daniella from the unknown, and in addition there is a lesson on how God never leaves you.

This movie is awarded the Dove “Family-Approved” 12+ seal.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Reference to God in reverence.
Violence: Woman with a knife; woman screams; underage girl drives car; girl has dream of UFO chasing her; young girl is burnt on arm.
Drugs: Man pours a drink and then pours drink out and also empties bottle in sink.
Nudity: None
Other: Topic of UFOs; power of prayer; girl speaks disrespectfully to father; discussion regarding divorce.


Company: Real Bean Entertainment
Writer: John Martens
Director: Kyle Lawrence
Producer: Kyle Lawrence
Genre: Science-Fiction
Runtime: 85 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Laura Geluch; Mikaela Martens; Julian LeBlanc; Nathan Romond; Natalie Dayne
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe