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Michael W. Smith,
Jeff Obafemi Carr,
J. Don Ferguson
In watching Amy Reinhold's directorial debut, I was impressed and thankful for the fact that not only did the film include decidedly interesting and thoughtful interviews but the pace, music, and setting for the film made it peaceful enough to not only take in the information given but additionally reflect on what was being said. So many documentaries feel the need to fly the information from all directions which works for many topics but Reinhold and Kirkpatrick were wise in slowing the film down to a digestible, spiritual pace that makes for a very reflective and thoughtful peace and an important spiritual topic.
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