Irreplaceable

Tim Sisarich, Glenn T. Stanton, 1962-, Leon C. Wirth

DVD - 2015

Examines the role of family in contemporary society from a Christian perspective. Looks at moral problems that undermine the family. Discusses ways in which men and women can become better spouses and parents. Host Tim Sisarich discusses his own family experiences both in terms of being a husband and father and as a son growing up in a troubled family.

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Genres
Documentary films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Published
New York, NY : Virgil Films c2015.
Edition
Widescreen
Language
English
Item Description
Documentary.
Running time indicated on container (104 min.) includes special features; feature running time is 90 min.
"Due to discussion of teen sexuality, abortion and other mature topics, Irreplaceable is recommended for ages 15 and older"--Container.
Physical Description
1 videodisc (approximately 90 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Format
DVD; NTSC, Region 1; widescreen presentation.
Audience
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Production Credits
Music, James Kovel, Peter Allen.
Other Authors
Tim Sisarich (director), Glenn T. Stanton, 1962- (screenwriter), Leon C. Wirth
  • Special features: Panel discussion of the movie
  • Introducing the Family Project
  • Tim Sisarich topics : Christian vs non Christian family ; Global perspective of family ; God loves people for who they are ; Idea behind the Family Project ; Idea behind Irreplaceable the movie ; Life as a pilgrimage ; Personal approach to kids ; Personal impact of the Family Project ; The church's role in society ; Tim's reconciliation with his father ; Tim's words to parents
  • The drop box.