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When Jerry arrives to the religious fanatics in front of his house, the man with the signs is rotating them from back to front, then in the next shot he is rotating them from front to back. See more »
A film which is not only a wonderful comedy but one which amplified & interpreted my own experience. What I mean is: I was much taken by the theological points put into the mouth of God by the scriptwriters. I found myself thinking "what God is saying adds up for me. It's the kind of God I want to believe in".
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