I AM offers an insight into the true nature of our God, and fights the damaging stereotypes of His character through a gritty, non-linear drama with a plot weaving around average people violating the Ten Commandments - one by one.

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I AM offers an insight into the true nature of our God, and fights the damaging stereotypes of His character through a gritty, non-linear drama with a plot weaving around average people violating the Ten Commandments - one by one.

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The genesis of this film was originally produced as a DVD series entitled "Liquid: The Ten, Part 1" and "Liquid: The Ten, Part 2". The feature film version develops further on the characters and related plot lines and has a many additional scenes that were filmed specifically for feature release. See more »

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Music and lyrics by John Driskell Hopkins
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I AM... a paradigm shift in faith-based filmmaking!
21 January 2011 | by (South Carolina) – See all my reviews

I AM is a movie that follows the Ten Commandments, one by one, in a non-linear storytelling like the movie "Crash" or something from Tarantino. Its cutting edge, cool, and plays before you like a puzzle keeping you from getting bored with the Commandments as they are subtly revealed through the plot.

If you're like me, you're tired of the sub-par standards in "Christian Film". In many ways, filmmakers have used the term as an excuse for a cheesy movie with a lame story, lack of artistry, and non-professional acting. I AM literally blows its predecessors away with a cool visual style (the opening scene is underwater!), a non-linear story, and a pure creativity.

I recommend it to anyone!


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