The Perfect Stranger (2005 Film by Kelly’s Filmworks LTD) with Casts: Pamela Brumley, Jefferson Moore, Tom Luce; Directors: Jefferson Moore and Shane Sooter, based on the novel “Dinner With a Perfect Stranger” by David Gregory.
This is a very clever movie dealing with very serious questions raised by today’s contemporary Christians and non-Christians alike, and yet the movie is maintaining a humorous and funny side of the story altogether. This is a culturally appropriate approach by answering what we have in common particularly with the worldview of the Western culture (“guilt/innocence”) today. Even for the other worldviews such as “honor/shame” and “fear/power,” this movie can answer from the other perspectives. This is an apologetic scenario in which we understand things from the God’s perspective.
The three world views can be explained by the Global Frontier Missions’ video: https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/n2XNoAFtqOw?controls=0, “Worldview varies from one culture to the next and is one of the biggest obstacles in the presentation and understanding of the Gospel. Cultures tend to be based on guilt/innocence, honor/shame or fear/power. By increasing our understanding of each worldview, we will learn the most effective ways to share the Gospel with people from different cultures. This video is based on the book, The 3D Gospel: Ministry in Guilt, Shame, and Fear Cultures by Jayson Georges.” – T
Watch the movie trailer: https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/qvNqhjMD6So?rel=0&controls=0&showinfo=0