Directed By: Jefferson Moore, Shane Sooter
Based on the book by David Gregory
A female attorney gets a dinner invitation that reads, "You are invited to dinner with Jesus of Nazareth." Who would play a joke on her like that? What is this? She shows up and the man says he is Jesus. She is quite the skeptic, but as the dinner proceeds, the man speaks truth to her ears that opens up her eyes as to who Jesus really is. This movie is based on the bestselling novel, "Dinner with a Perfect Stranger."
"THE PERFECT STRANGER" is a great idea and a moving experience...I recommend it." - Jerry B. Jenkins, author, 'Left Behind' book series
"This movie is enjoyable for all who watch it. It is not only entertaining, but will challenge you to re-think your thoughts about God..." (4 out of 5 stars) - Donna Rolfe, The Dove Foundation
"I finally saw The Perfect Stranger, a small independent feature based on the best-selling Dinner with a Perfect Stranger. It's the story of a lawyer who receives a written invitation to dinner with Jesus Christ ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å which makes for some interesting dinner conversation... but who is this really? The film, which has been playing in limited release across parts of the United States, could be dismissed as merely a series of familiar arguments for faith except it is actually quite watchable. Jefferson Moore, who co-directed, wrote and executive produced the film, is solid as the title character, a Jesus whose answers to Nikki's questions are sometimes surprising." - The Crown Chronicle, January 2006
"Kudos to you and your team for a production quality that engaged and retained the audience." - David Gregory, author, "Dinner With a Perfect Stranger"
- Cast: Pamela Brumley, Jefferson Moore
- Writers: David Gregory (novel), Jefferson Moore (screenplay)
- Producers: Kate Hodge, John Frazier, Gina M. Hughes
- Directors: Shane Sooter, Jefferson Moore
- app 105 Minutes, Drama
- Licensed for home use only