‘Leaving Limbo’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation
What If You Awoke to Find 19 Years Had Passed? Monica is a totally ’80s teenager on the brink of a bright future when her dreams are destroyed by a car wreck that leaves her in a coma for 19 years. After miraculously awakening at age 38, Monica finds her once-perfect life in shambles and an unrecognizable world around her. As she struggles to fit into a world of Starbucks and cell phones, she attempts to win back the love of her life. In the process, she experiences a true wake-up call.
Based on the stage play “My Wonderful Coma” by award-winning playwright Sandy Boikian, Leaving Limbo is a comedic drama that explores the topics of forgiving yourself and letting go of the pain of guilt.
This may be the first time I’ve said, “BRAVO” to a Christian film. This was a total, unexpected surprise for Roger & I both!
There is a LOT I could say about this film. It was original with a fantastic ending and a perfect end picture as well. We highly recommend this film. It gave you a lot to think about.
Loved the verse in Joel 2:25 – And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eathen, the cankerworm, and the caterpillar, and the palmerworm. The difference in this verse is that it really is talking about God’s restoration of those that had fallen away, He sent this plague, and now He is restoring what’s been taken from them.
I don’t believe God put this woman in a coma but the main message of this film comes forth loud and clear…it’s not ALWAYS about me.
The message in this film is quite serious, all about restoration. Don’t MISS this film!
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