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Unstoppable (2013)

Where is God in the Midst of Tragedy and Suffering?

Genre : Documentary

Runtime : 1H 5M

Director : Darren Doane

Synopsis

UNSTOPPABLE is Kirk's personal and inspiring visual journey to better understand the biggest doubt-raiser in faith: Why? Kirk goes back to the beginning—literally—as he investigates the origins of good and evil and how they impact our lives … and our eternities. Reminding us that there is great hope, UNSTOPPABLE creatively tackles the age-old question: Where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering?

Actors

Kirk Cameron
Kirk Cameron
Himself

Crews

Darren Doane
Darren Doane
Director
Kirk Cameron
Kirk Cameron
Writer
Marcus Pittman
Marcus Pittman
Visual Effects
John Bona
John Bona
Executive Producer
Marshall Foster
Marshall Foster
Co-Producer
Ankara Rosser
Ankara Rosser
Producer
Alfred Tomaszewski
Alfred Tomaszewski
Producer

Trailers and other movies

Unstoppable:  Official Movie Trailer (Kirk Cameron, 2013)

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