A quirky, out-of-of place worker at a crucifix factory in the Bible Belt invents a device he claims can show pictures of Heaven. Discouraged and confused by the inability of those around him to see anything but a screenful of static, he charismatically hijacks a bus of friendly elderly people in order to get media attention for his invention. Written by
Keith Tyler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
STATIC... it's on a different wavelength.
Did You Know?
Mark Romanek has disowned the film, despite it launching him to a film career. 17 years later after making music videos, Romanek made One Hour Photo (2002), which he calls the movie his true directorial debut. See more
Referenced in Closure
Composed by Daniel Lanois
and Roger Eno
Performed by Brian Eno See more