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Billy Graham presents this inspirational film about an airplane pilot who flies to South America to rescue a medical missionary from a village recently taken hostage by a dangerous drug lord. Along the way, he discovers what really needs saving is his own soul.
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Last Flight Out: Billy Graham Presents is rated Not Rated
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Although care has been taken not to let violent depictions become gratuitous, there are still some depictions that may be a concern for young viewers. These include explosions, acts of crime, verbal and physical threats, gunshots (some that result in death), bloody bullet wounds, terrorizing drug lords, as well as adult and child characters in peril. The script also contains a few mild profanities and terms of Deity.
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The true story of another group of missionaries who went to South America to work among it’s indigenous people is told in the documentary Beyond the Gates of Splendor, and dramatized in the film End of the Spear. Rescuing souls and keeping them from the clutches of crime is the same goal for two pastors working in an urban jungle, in the movie The Second Chance.
Billy Graham’s production company has also produced some other films now available on DVD, including Something to Sing About and Road to Redemption.