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End of the spear / Every Tribe Entertainment ; produced by Bill Ewing, Bart Gavigan, Tom Newman ; writers, Bill Ewing, Bart Gavigan, Jim Hanon ; directed by Jim Hanon.

Hanon, Jim, film director, author of screenplay. (Added Author). Ewing, Bill, film producer. (Added Author). Gavigan, Bart, film producer. (Added Author). Newman, Tom, film producer. (Added Author). Leonardo, Louie, actor. (Added Author). Allen, Chad, 1974- actor. (Added Author). Ellison, Chase, actor. (Added Author). Souza, Christina, actor. (Added Author). Guzman, Jack, actor. (Added Author). Every Tribe Entertainment, presenter. (Added Author). EthnoGraphic Media, publisher. (Added Author).
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Lebanon Public Library - Lebanon DVD F END (Text) 34330513036542 AV - Movie Collection Available -

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  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (circa 111 minutes) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 inches
  • Publisher: Oklahoma City, OK : EthnoGraphic Media, [2006]

Content descriptions

General Note: Originally produced as a motion picture in 2006.
Special features: Filmmakers' commentaries; behind the scenes video; music video.
Creation/Production Credits Note: Director of photography, Robert Driskell ; editor, Miles Hanon ; music, Ron Owen ; costume designer, Marian Ceo ; production designer, Clarence Major ; visual effects supervisor, David Kuklish.
Participant or Performer Note: Louie Leonardo, Chad Allen, Chase Ellison, Christina Souza, Jack Guzman.
Summary, etc.: Nate Saint is a pilot and Christian missionary who, with his family, lives and works in the jungles of the Amazon River Basin in South America. Nate is fascinated by tales he's heard of the Waodani, a violent and aggressive tribe living nearby, and with a group of fellow Christians takes it upon himself to teach them the importance of compassion and forgiveness. However, the leader of the Waodanis, Mincayani, does not trust the white visitors, and believes they may have had something to do with the disappearance of a young girl from his tribe years ago. A meeting between Nate and Mincayani goes terribly wrong when Nate's inability to understand the Waodani language brings himself and four of his fellow missionaries to be savagely murdered by the tribesmen. However, in the final moments of his life, Nate is able to impart a message in Mincayani that bears fruit years later when Steve Saint, Nate's son returns to continue the work his father started.
Target Audience Note: MPAA Rating: PG-13; for intense sequences of violence.
System Details Note: DVD ; Dolby Digital ; widescreen presentation.
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction Note: For private home use only.
Language Note: English dialogue with optional English, French or Spanish subtitles.
Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
Subject: Saint, Nathaniel, 1923-1956 > Fiction.
Huao Indians > Fiction.
Massacres > Ecuador > Fiction.
Missionaries > Ecuador > Fiction.
Genre: Feature films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.

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