Eyes To See DVD
Sometimes It Takes An Earthquake To Shake Up Your Perception
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Eyes To See DVD
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A news cameraman (played by Matthew Marsden) sent to the aftermath to capture the damage and the people's suffering was faced with a choice: does he simply film from behind his camera, or help the people on the other side of his lens. His noble efforts turn into his downfall when he too gets trapped under a building, faced with little hope of returning to his family. But he is not alone, and if he survives, the experience will change him forever.
A moving and thought-provoking film, 'Eyes to See' will open your heart to the real life drama of the Haitian catastrophe and challenge the faith of Western society.
This captivating film was inspired by the personal experiences of filmmaker David de Vos, and co-stars a native Haitian woman. In respect and in support of the nation of Haiti, all proceeds from the movie have been signed over to Hope Outreach International Ministries, a Christian non-profit organisation.
DVD bonus features include "Haitian Hearts," a 30-minute documentary about the mission team's efforts, a director's commentary, and a "making of" featurette.
This DVD is Region 0.
Running Time 105 minutes
Eyes To See DVD was published by Bridgestone Multimedia in October 2012 and is our 10136th best seller. The ISBN for Eyes To See DVD is 9780740327742.
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Details for Eyes To See DVD
|Page last updated||19th October 2016|
|Running Time||30 mins|
|Region||Region 0 (Region Free)|
|Publisher||Bridgestone Multimedia (October 2012)|