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Media : DVD
Length : 1hr 40 mins
So what exactly is this movie all about?
In a nutshell, Irreplaceable seeks to answer two fundamental life questions:
1) What is family?
2) Does family still matter in today’s society?
To unpack the two big central questions, host Tim Sisarich, former executive director of Focus on the Family New Zealand, literally kisses his wife and five children good-bye, boards a plane in Auckland and asks viewers to travel with him to diverse destinations in search of answers.
As Tim travels to France, Russia, Italy, Greece, England, India and Israel, among other places, he chats with experts in a variety of fields: Eric Metaxas, Dr. Roger Scruton, Nancy Pearcey, John Stonestreet, Michael Medved, Gabe and Rebekah Lyons, Dr. Anne Moir, Helen Alvaré and Carey Casey, just to name a few. Each specialist explores what family really means, why family is important to humanity and the forces contributing to its breakdown.
But lest you think that the latter might turn this documentary into a downer, the takeaway is just the opposite. Sure, there’s negative information here that begs to be processed and wrestled with, but instead of wanting to hide out in some cave somewhere, I found that, overall, Irreplaceable offers hope. Hope that no matter where we are on the continuum of life as a member of a family, it’s never too late to become a better father, mother, husband, wife, son, daughter, brother or sister.