Let There Be Light (2017)

Genre:  Documentary
Running Time:  80 min.
Release Date:
September 15, 2017 - Montréal
September 22, 2017 - Toronto

Current rating: Rating: 5.00
based on 12 votes and 4 reviews
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Synopsis

In search of a new source of clean, renewable energy, international scientists are pursuing an ambitious project in the south of France: creating an artificial sun on Earth, using an imposing experimental thermonuclear reactor.

Director: Mila Aung-Thwin, Van Royko
Studio: EyeSteelFilm
Producer(s): Mila Aung-Thwin, Bob Moore
Screenplay: ila Aung-Thwin

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  • 5 stars "We loved every moment of this so emotionally uplifting film. A true experience like none we have ever seen. The audience remained seated even after the titles ended as they / we wanted to remain in the space of hope and love. People started to talk and share with tears in their eyes. What a great film!"
  • 5 stars "You hate, love, laugh and cry in this movie. This movie theme is Satan, Christ, God, and Forgiveness. So far, I have only read one bad review on this movie and the critic missed all the points about this movie. He was more interested in trying to make political statements than religious statements. The liberals are going to try their best to close it down when it starts gaining momentum."
  • 5 stars "loved the whole movie I thought it was really a beautiful movie"
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