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Heaven (1987)

PG-13 | | Documentary | 17 April 1987 (USA)
A series of interviews are conducted concerning people's beliefs towards the possibility of an afterlife. The interviews are filmed against a set of strange backdrops, and are intercut with... See full summary »

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Michael Agbabian ...
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James Allport ...
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Lazaro Arvizu ...
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Stephen Augustine ...
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Tracy Bauer ...
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Nancy Block ...
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Robert Boettger ...
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Peter Fraser ...
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Lawrence Goldblum ...
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Richard Gordon ...
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Dorothy Hall ...
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Dorrie Hall ...
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Mark Hornbacher ...
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Grace Johansen ...
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A series of interviews are conducted concerning people's beliefs towards the possibility of an afterlife. The interviews are filmed against a set of strange backdrops, and are intercut with clips from classic films and a variety of stock footage. Written by Jennifer Harrison

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Alles über Himmel und Hölle  »

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Features Stairway to Heaven (1946) See more »

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Padre Pio De Pietrelcina
Performed by The Rome Symphony Orchestra
Music Composed and Directed by Alfonso D'Artega (as Father Alfonso D'Artega)
Courtesy D'Artega (ASCAP)
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Fun with Fundamentalism
12 December 2004 | by (Hardwick, Vermont) – See all my reviews

Diane Keaton is brilliant in her ability to be funny and poignant . I was raised as a Pentacostal and it was a join to see someone not take religion so seriously without being offensive. She does manipulate the subject matter a bit but she is not cruel about it. The people she interviews are honest and quirky. I also

enjoyed seeing the vintage T.V. footage of 50s and 60s Christian faith healers. It was intriguing to see how little things have changed in the world of saving souls from evil. I wish that Ms. Keaton had made other movies in this genre. She

showed herself to be a lot more interesting than Woody Allen in the realm of

satire.


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