What about the serial killer who waiting for the electric chair and suddenly finds God. He goes to heaven and the good atheist goes to hell. Makes sense doesn't it.
Good point. I'm thinking this might work best if there were three religions represented, all with the same basic claim as the John 14:6 quote the OP sent in and three typical people in each religion. If it was not clear which of the three people was a Christian at first (or at all), it would emphasize the point even more. This could be used to show the absurdity of Pascal's Wager and at the same time the nastiness of my-way-or-fry dogmas in any religion.
The statement in the videos would be something like this; How could you choose the one valid god over the others? You can not; it's impossible to decide as all three religions make the same claims, and the believers in each religion believe those claims equally.
The Christians (and ironically if this were tailored for other religions those believers as well) would say this is silly ... because those others are obviously wrong and those believers do not believe as correctly as my group does. This would have to be addressed.
At the end, the emphasis could be made that good or bad, mass murders and thugs and charlatans, if they accept the one true god they are saved from an eternity of damnation. If they choose wrongly, they are dammed for all eternity. "This makes no sense. You know this."
Yet (Pascal's Wager again), the issue boils down not to a bet but a belief. If you doubt that you have made the correct choice, even if you 'bet' on the right horse, you are as equally damned as any of the believers in other religions.
Other details; there are 9,000+ Christian denominations in the world. Many subscribe that they are the one true way for salvation and that the others are not. As an intelligent Christian, how do you know that your denomination is the correct one? You can't. Nobody can.