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A Flower From Heaven 2, A Perilous Journey

This movie is a full-length feature film about approximately one hour and 11 minutes long. It is a real life drama film about a 13-year-old whose mother is about to die of cancer. The mother no longer believes in God and her daughter is desperately trying to convince her to change her mind before she passes away.

A 13-year-old girl whose mother is expected to pass away because of breast cancer within the next few days is causing the neighbors kids some concern. Naomi her 13-year-old daughter is a born-again Christian, but the mother no longer believes in God. Her daughter is desperately trying to convince her mother to change the way she thinks before she dies. The kids are out in the front yard shooting a church play to show the following Sunday during worship service. Using only homemade equipment, a makeshift microphone salvage from a karaoke machine and attaching to a mop handle. A tripod made out of three strips of wood and held together with a string. A film slate made from a school clapboard. A 14 dollar camera bought at WalMart and a roll of masking tape to put it all together. Each time Naomi, hears something from the play about salvation she will drop her microphone pole and run to her mother's side with the new information desperately trying to convince her mom to accept Christ before she passes away. The mother will continue to resist her daughter's message of salvation until God himself begins to intervene.

  • Randy Skinner
    Director
  • Randy Skinner
    Writer
  • Randy Skinner
    Producer
  • Roxy Keen, Baley cutaway, Heather Bailey, Philip Quin Poyner, Hannah Reilly, Adalyn Herrington, Mistie, Worsham, Rayne Worsham, Macy Blazowich, Joey Joiner, Brittani Mercado, Bradley Wayne Capps, Carsyn Clair, Capps, Adams Geiger
    Key Cast
    Baley Cutaway
  • Project Type:
    Feature
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 11 minutes 55 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    September 15, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    5,500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital 1080i 24fps
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Randy Skinner

I am a former police officer from the Nashoba and Newton County areas. I began studying how to make films in 2013 and by 2014 I started making my first short documentaries.

A flower from Heaven was my first Christian-based fiction short film. It's the story of a young girl wandering around in a supermarket in search of a quarter to purchase a flower that looks like the one her grandmother had given her.

Lost in the woods was my first feature-length film. The one hour and 47-minute film is about three young girls that get lost in the woods and were led to safety by an angel.

A Flower From Heaven 2, A Perilous Journey was the first feature film that I was offered a distribution contract. This movie is about a 13-year-old girl who is desperately trying to save her mother from the sin of unbelief in God before she dies of cancer.This movie is now being awarded a distribution contract and can be seen on Amazon prime.

Walking In The Supernatural is now my third feature-length project. Filming actually started in late December 2017 and had continued all the way up to the end of July 2018. We initially had hope for 7 to 9 testimonies of supernatural events but stopped at six as we found the testimonies of this particular type can be long and very complicated. We then cast actors to make reenactments of the statement for the audience to see. This six gave us a feature-length documentary about one hour and 19 minutes long but still more testimonies are coming in so it is apparent this movie may have a part two and even a part three.

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Director Statement

My very first feature film had many mistakes in it. I have learned that a mistake can be a good thing so long as you know where they are and what you can do to correct them. This is how we grow and how we get better at what we do.