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From Fathom Events, Creation Today and Sevenfold Films, the book of Genesis comes to life on the big screen for a final encore with “Genesis 3D: Paradise Lost,” featuring stunning visual effects and scientific research to dive into the history and context of this highly-scrutinized book. If there is one part of the Bible that has undergone more scrutiny and debate than any other, it is the very beginning—Genesis. Both from within and outside the church, discussions on Genesis continue to question what exactly happened “In the beginning.” With incredible 3D animation and interviews from top scientists and researchers, this feature-length movie will show creation unfolding right before your eyes. This special event comes to cinemas nationwide on Monday, December 11 at 7:00 p.m. local time, featuring a discussion with leaders in science and faith.


  • Yasuo Yamada
  • Eiko Masuyama
  • Kiyoshi Kobayashi
  • Makio Inoue
  • Gorô Naya
  • Sumi Shimamoto
  • Tarô Ishida
  • Kôhei Miyauchi
  • Ichirô Nagai
  • Tadamichi Tsuneizumi

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too much scientific talk, over my head

Debby L
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A truth based depiction of the first day of creation based on scientific evidence. Contained epic 3D effecs--the best 3D effects that I have honestly seen in theatres.

Natalie-LouSandra W



So ingratiatingly good-humored that it's hard to take it seriously enough to complain. Sure, it's no great triumph of moviemaking, but it is entertaining, and a more or less plausible way to kill 95 minutes on a Saturday afternoon.

Metacritic review by Marc Savlov
Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle