DVD The Book of Daniel

DVD The Book of Daniel
DVD The Book of Daniel
Rating: 5.6
Genres: Drama
Director: Anna Zielinski
Writers: Chuck Konzelman, Cary Solomon
Stars: Robert Miano, Andrew Bongiorno, Lance Henriksen
In 605 B.C. Jerusalem was conquered by the Babylonians and many of their best young men were taken into captivity, including Daniel. Daniel was taken to Babylon to serve it. As Powerful King , Nebuchadnezzar. Daniel as an example of boldness and faithfulness to God in the most difficult circumstances had eternal impact on the people and the kings that he encountered. Written by Anonymous
Plot Keywords: king, babylon, religious conversion, decree, edict
Country: USA
Release Date: 1 October 2013 (USA)


  1. A superb retelling on the life of Daniel. Considering the budget/restrictions making a low budget film, this movie shines. Excellent acting from Robert Miano, Lance Henrickson and Andrew Bongiorno carry the piece. First time director Zelinski does a good job.The writing is rock solid and very impressive. When you consider this piece, think about the garbage Hollywood spews forth today. Expensive with pretty pictures and ugly stories. This is the complete opposite. I wish Hollywood would go back to making movies rather than political propaganda films. I want to be moved emotionally when I go to see a movie. I want to laugh or cry or remember, not be indoctrinated. this movie reminded me of what a film can be. I highly recommend it.

  2. Some of the reviewers for this movie seem to be prejudiced against a biblical movie production. Well, we live in such times where it is popular to dislike anything to do with the creator of the universe. But just like Daniel told the truth to the kings he served, this movie tells the truth better than any Hollywood production ever made. (even "The Ten Commandments" with Charlton Heston.) The is the new #1 Hollywood biblical production. Filmed with excellent and prominent actors and actresses, celebrities and performers. A "Must See" for believers and non-believers alike. This biblical story stands on it's own, even on a tight budget. Bible stories do not require expensive special effects to convey the message. Bravo!!!

  3. First I will let you know that I'm a Christian, but I'm also a huge movie fan and in my opinion most Christian movies are not that good.

    The Book of Daniel isn't perfect, but I feel it is well acted, fairly well written and stays true to the story.

    While there are no real special effects and it is a low budget movie, that doesn't make it bad.

    Daniel is a person in the Bible that really hasn't had too many turns on the small or big screen, and this is a pretty decent attempt at telling his story and God's story of love for all people.

    If you go into this movie with an open mind, instead of rejecting it because it is a Biblical movie, you may enjoy it.

  4. I really don't normally go in for promoting blind faith in any way, but as a piece of entertainment that tells a great story with exceptional special effects : I have to tell you this is a good movie. Fantastic special effects barely touches on how nice they have made this Babylon look, and feel. Nothing ever feels fake, just well told. The sound is excellent, and all channels are represented, you will be surprised more than once by a rustle, or the clink of a chain. From start to finish you get the feeling that a lot of effort went into this project, and very little of that was wasted. I don't know your faith, and I care even less, but as a strong well told story with a lot of good effects, and acting I think most people will Enjoy this movie. Also it is rare to get any English speaking stories that show Persians as anything this three dimensional.

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