The Printing (1990)

The Printing is a family film produced by Unusual Films that tells the story of faithful Christians that continue printing and smuggling Bibles even when they know they are being hunted down by the Soviet Russian government.

The courage of these followers of Christ is a timely reminder that our faith is still worth dying for. When Christian principles become socially unacceptable and society moves to repress them, what will the Christians do? Witness the Soviet Union in this newly re-mastered drama. Fear of the KGB pervades society. Christian faith is stifled wherever it is discovered. Most believers cling to a hollow shell of Christianity tolerated in “registered” churches. However, some believers opt to remain “unregistered,” worshiping God openly and accepting the consequences. A brave few dare to print Bibles—right under the noses of the KGB. This story is about them. This important historical drama sheds light on the cold-war era and reminds us of the plight of Christians who are persecuted around the world today.

The Printing includes English and Russian Soundtracks, as well as English, Spanish, and German subtitles.

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