I think this film looks great. Which, despite what I say about webcams being a good starter option, is no small feat on a webcam, particularly when you're dealing with black and white, and mostly low-key lighting. It can be hard to delineate shapes and keep things visually coherent within these limitations and I think you pulled it off well. It also never became boring to look at visually, or even to watch as a story, which I find impressive when we're talking about a dialog heavy movie featuring minifigs. You kept finding interesting ways to convey the story visually, without going into the realm of "oooh this would look cool" shots that distract from, rather than serve the story. Some of the sound design was really nice, too, like the hum of the lights in closeups. I think you were very inventive with the light sources and it helps create a sense of a unique world; "worldbuilding" is something I think is fun to do in a brickfilm context and I'd like to see more of it.
I liked the concept of the story, and most of its execution. I think the allegory, while fairly direct, was interesting because of how you expanded on it -- that people can't tolerate the light because they love darkness, rather than it being an easy and immediate salvation for everybody. I thought that was a fairly sophisticated approach to the idea and made it much more interesting than it would be otherwise.
I did feel that the ending went slightly too far into the overtly Christian religious story realm; not because I don't appreciate these things, it just took me out of the story because it felt like it wasn't this world you'd established anymore when it goes full Paul on the road to Damascus at the end. I'm not sure how, but I feel like it would have been better to keep the story completely within its own allegorical veil as it were, instead of having what felt like a Deus ex machina sort of device at the end of it. Because of what came before, it felt less to me like the story of Paul and more like if the Good Samaritan weren't sure if he should help and then Jesus descended from the sky and told him it's what he should do. It took me out of the "parable." I'm struggling to explain the difference here a little and why it doesn't work for me, hopefully that makes at least some sense.