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When a Prof. Sheol challenge one of his students, Matthew, to prove the existence of God, this young mans faith is put to the test.



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Credited cast:
Tyler Clément ...
Dennis Junt ...
Prof. Sheol
Leslie Rishkofski ...
Charles Pomerantz ...
Alexander Vincent ...
The Doctor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Amerio ...
Lucy Doty ...
The Nurse
Trevor Teichmann ...


When a Prof. Sheol challenge one of his students, Matthew, to prove the existence of God, this young mans faith is put to the test.

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How Far Will Your Faith Take You? See more »


Short | Drama





Release Date:

17 October 2008 (USA)  »

Box Office


$4,035 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Zachary Junt shaved his head before the production in order to get 'Trevor Teichmann' to shave his for the part of the terminally ill child Matthew. See more »


During the 'challenge' scene where Prof. Sheol temps Matthew to prove the existence of God, the ribbon on the hour glass goes from the top to the bottom of the hour glass, back and forth. See more »

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While the plot isn't exactly perfect, the acting and many scenes are quite powerful
21 February 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This film was a nice change of pace for IMDb. I have reviewed hundreds of independent shorts and all too often, they are designed for a very adult audience, as the films are filled with graphic violence and tons of harsh language. Now I am NOT saying that there is no place for some of this, but all too often, the films I have reviewed take the coarse approach. Thank goodness for something that is more uplifting and positive.

While DOUBT looks more like an incomplete film, it has many wonderful moments. Seeing the family struggling with their child's cancer, the family struggling with infertility, etc.--these are all very powerful moments and they were very touching. Too bad, however, the film wasn't longer and enabled the individual tales to be hashed out in a more complete fashion--particularly the one with the professor and the student, as it looked too incomplete. Still, the director and actors had deft touches and I was impressed.

By the way, in a not so subtle move, the professor is named "Dr. Sheol"--Sheol is the word from the Old Testament for the place where the dead await final judgment.

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