‘90 Minutes in Heaven’ offers Christian interpretation of life after death

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‘90 Minutes in Heaven’ offers Christian interpretation of life after death

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Frances Nicole Tabios, Reporter

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Based on a true story, “90 Minutes in Heaven” portrays a story of faith, hope and the power of prayer.

Don Piper (Hayden Christensen) is a Texas pastor and family man blessed with a beautiful wife (Kate Bosworth), three children and a desire to establish a new church. While driving across a two-lane bridge on his way home from a conference, he experiences a car wreck and is pronounced dead at the scene.

Directed in a straightforward, yet simple style, this is the story of Piper’s devastating accident, his brief time in heaven, and his return to a life full of pain and questions.

Along with the New York Times best-selling Christian book of the same name written by Piper himself, the film has been garnering critical acclaim for its depiction of trials and triumphs.

“90 Minutes in Heaven” is a must-see for those with questions about faith, prayer, pain and death. It will leave viewers questioning the value of life.

The film is rated PG-13 due to some graphic scenes, and intense accident and injury images.