Perfect Stranger Trilogy
This triple feature includes The Perfect Stranger, Another Perfect Stranger, and Nikki and the Perfect Stranger. The Perfect StrangerDespite her successful career as an attorney, Nikki Cominsky's life is far from perfect. When she receives a mysterious invitation to "dinner ... Read More
The Perfect Stranger
Despite her successful career as an attorney, Nikki Cominsky's life is far from perfect. When she receives a mysterious invitation to "dinner with Jesus of Nazareth," she accepts, thinking it's an intriguing prank. What ensues is a whirlwind evening of debate and revelation---with an unforgettable man! Will her life be changed forever? From the book by David Gregory. Approx. 105 minutes.
Another Perfect Stranger
How would you react if your mom told you she had dined with the Almighty? Probably with disbelief---just like Sarah Cominsky after her mother, Nikki, reveals she spent an evening with Jesus. Traveling to college, Sarah strikes up a friendship with someone who shares her disdain for religion. Listen to their conversation---and be challenged and renewed! Another Perfect Stranger is the sequel to The Perfect Stranger (a film based on David Gregory's Dinner with a Perfect Stranger). Closed captions. Approx. 96 minutes.
Nikki and the Perfect Stranger
After lawyer Nikki Cominsky experienced a face-to-face encounter with Jesus ten years ago, she lived a joyful Christian life. Now she's burned out. As she wails to God during an interstate trip, she runs out of gas---and discovers Jesus by the roadside holding a gas can! Will Jesus' answers to her questions refuel her faith? Dove approved. Approx. 63 minutes.
Includes 3 films
- While Supplies Last: Yes
- Product type: Video
- Format: 3-Disc Set
- Release Date: Oct 7, 2014
- Volumes/Discs: 0
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- great plots by Wendi on 9/20/2015
Not always the best acting but awesome stories. Everyone should own this collection.
- Loved it! Had me in tears. by Elisa on 1/26/2015
I just finished seeing The Perfect Stranger. The movie had me in tears, especially when Jesus was telling Nikki Cominsky that she still had some bitterness against God for the death of her father. It touched me in a personal note, especially when I lost my mom unexpectedly in 2007. Now I understood why it had to happen. Great movie to see for the whole family.
- Engaging apologetic drama by Kevin on 1/10/2015
I found all three of these movies to be very worth my time and have shown to others within my home. Some may be slightly offended because Jesus doesn't look like the image we perceive from other films. What did He look like when He appeared to Abraham or Joshua? The dialog is engaging and the plot twists slightly to combine for a an entertaining and though provoking experience. Good for outreach.