No, it's not a promotional video from Asbury Theological Seminary. It's a selection of monologues from eight people who encountered Jesus. The film is set in a Victorian sanitarium where the eight live in individual rooms. Each one speaks about his life, his understanding of the world, and how Jesus impacted him.
Look, there's a lot of lousy Christian monologues out there clumsily put together by second-rate actors and third-rate writers. Ya'll know that I have a very low opinion of the Christian Stuff Industry and its endless parade of badly-written tripe. This isn't that at all. This film is a very carefully written drama, enjoyable by Christians and non-Christians alike.
Each 15-minute tale comes with a discussion guide that makes it perfect for small group usage.
But I really can't overstate the quality of this production. It's simply breathtaking as a work of professional writing and drama. Get it.