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Admissions is a short film starring Academy Award nominee James Cromwell that tells a transformational tale about what it takes to find lasting peace, even in war-torn places like the Middle East. Featuring an Israeli couple and a Palestinian man, this modern parable is set in the Admissions Room for the afterlife. Its purpose is to start a conversation that heals. Written by Anonymous

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What if you had to face every decision you've ever made and the people they affected most?

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What happens to us when we die?
21 March 2017 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

This is a question people have been asking since the beginning of time. And who really knows?

In this 20-minute short, we get a glimpse of what might happen. People suddenly appear in a small white room. There is a clerk (played by James Cromwell) sitting at a desk, who politely tells them to sit down and wait. These people don't know how or why they are even there, and the clerk responds that they have just died. These are people who died at the exact same moment, so they might not even know each other.

In the few minutes they have in this waiting room, they have to accept the shocking truth that they are dead, and that eternity (in Heaven or Hell) is coming next. What should they say to each other? How is God judging them?

I think this was well done. After watching it, I could not help but wonder.


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