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‘Leaving Limbo’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation

‘Leaving Limbo’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation


Leaving Limbo

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.


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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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  1. April says
    01 August 13, 8:32am

    I think that the Christian movie/film industry should & needs to be careful of putting women in the Christian films that are showing cleavage whether it is a dress or a top/shirt, etc. The red dress that the actress is wearing in the film, Leaving Limbo shows a lot of her cleavage. Another thing is, I have watched several Christian movies here lately that if the top/dress is modest and not showing the women’s chest/cleavage, when they bend over, you can see their breast. It leaves nothing to the imagination. Christians are suppose to be set apart in this world, in the world but not of the world. Women in Hollywood films show & bare their cleavage most of the time. Christian women need to be set apart, different than how worldly women are dressing. The same goes for short shorts, short dresses, short skirts, tight fitting shorts and jeans, shirts that show off the mid-drift. I have 2 children that I am raising and I screen every movie before it is brought into our home. I want to be able to watch Christian movies without having to tell my children to turn their heads when it shows cleavage, mid-drifts, short shorts, etc. Christian movies should be clean all the way around. Another thing is that women who are married to men who struggle with viewing porn, do not need to see cleavage, mid-drifts, shirts that show the breasts when a woman bends over in Christian films. What is that saying to the men? How is that helping their struggle with lust? I will probably offend people with my opinion and beliefs but I cannot afford to be quiet about this issue in Christian movies.

  2. Annelie says
    01 August 13, 9:17am

    We completely 100% agree with you! Thank you SO much for mentioning that. That is something I haven’t mentioned in my reviews.


  3. Julia says
    18 November 13, 9:47pm

    I did like this film very much and the message it gives, but was very disappointed in how immodest the actresses were dressed throughout. Unfortunately because of that I can’t recommend it to others, I wouldn’t want my husband to see it. It makes me sad that “Christian” films feel like they need to add this to their movies. Also I was disappointed that they included bar scenes, that is unneeded in a Christian movie.

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