According to executive producer Michael W. Smith, movies can teach us in many ways. Through this original film, he encourages you to think critically about themes that arise in the movie. In this humorous 23 minute film, two teenage clerks discuss their views on the latest blockbuster film, Love at First Sight. Dane tries to promote "the greatest love story of all time", a French film from the 60s called Labour of Love, while the other clerk Jessica challenges him that all of the copies of Love at First Sight will be gone before his one copy of the French saga. The wager ensues, with exciting results at the end of the film. This DVD includes an introduction from Smith, a 23 minute short film, leader's notes; study guide; and movie extras.
- Behind the scenes
- Blooper Reel
- Production diary
- Deleted Scenes
- A note to leaders of a small group study
- Study guide for small group sessions
- Scenes of the fictional movies within the movie such as Labour of Love, Dino Island (trailer created for background audio with additional storyboards), Zomleah, as well as the fire and hotel sequences from Love at First Sight.
C2 offers three simple steps to being a group leader:
- Connect -Capture the attention of your audience with an ice breaker. Watch the original movie together.
- Critique-Uncover the thematic elements of the film as a group, and guide them through the critical thinking process that can be applied to any film.
- Conclude-Filter concepts and discussion points through a biblical worldview by examining Scriptures that relate to the theme.