NORTON-BASED Bethel Filming has released a Christian movie "Takunda" that is expected to hit the streets soon. This is the group's third effort after "End of Triple 3", and "Unovimba Nani Part 1" both released last year.
Scriptwriter, director and producer of the film Pastor Effrey Fore said in an interview that their group sought to preach the word of God through acting.
"All of our movies are Christian movies meant to preach the gospel of the coming of Jesus Christ," he said.
He said they also want to expose the kingdom of darkness.
"We want to expose the kingdom of darkness through acting thereby bringing more souls to God because we have found out that many people are finding themselves trapped in false doctrines, so we also want to expose that deception found in different church doctrines these days," he said.
Fore said "Takunda" is about two church girls who are attacked by the devil through two men.
"Takunda is a movie about two girls Priscilla and Takunda. Takunda was prayerful while Priscilla was not and the devil used two men to lure both of them by pretending as if they wanted to marry them but at the end Priscilla was initiated into Satanism but Takunda conquered through prayer.
"So the aim of these movies is to preach to the youths, especially girls that they must not get carried away by material things but to seek the kingdom of God first and everything will be added unto them," he said.
The whole cast of the movie is made up of Christians from different Christian denominations based in Norton and all the actors are still new in the industry, but have great potential to make it big in said Fore.