Release Date: 03/09/21
'This is Takayama...the high mountain. It has been regarded for centuries as a symbol of death. We have another name for it...Suicide Mountain. Hundreds of Japanese, when the scales of the world have tipped against them, have flung themselves into its cavernous mouth.âAfter a series of tragedies, a depressed Japanese man is driven to suicide. He plans to kill himself by hurling himself from a high mountain peak. Only by placing his faith in God is he able to rediscover the will to live. This powerful and moving religious film, shot entirely in Japan, was produced in 1953 by Dr. Ford Porter and the Berean Gospel Ministry. It is inspired by Dr. Porter's Gospel tract, 'God's Simple Plan of Salvationâ, of which over 310 million copies have been printed since its original publication in 1933.
PLUS:The Frontier Parson Reads the Bible (1947):Cowboy actor Herman Hack reads the Bible to an audience of children accompanied by stunning color cinematography of the beautiful world that God made. Hack was a longtime B-Western bit player who appeared in movies starring such legends as Bob Steele, Bob Custer, and even John Wayne.
|Label: Alpha Home Entertain|
|Run Time: 60 mins|
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