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
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Aaron Rossdale
Todd Zeile ...
Trevor Evans
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Jake Russell
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Lance Vita
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Alice Bordeaux (as Amy Holland)
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Angelica Vita
Greg Fisk ...
Dr. Ortus
Gary Edward ...
Selani
Laura McHenry ...
Eva
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Elaine
Joy Dineo ...
Gate Agent
Courtney Duckworth ...
Sarah Russell
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Lt. Everett
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Officer Allegro
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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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Edited from Liquid: The Ten, Volume One (2008) See more »

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"Bittersweet Illusion"
"Halfway to Happiness"
Music and lyrics by Garrett Zeile
Performed by JetStream
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Above the Usual
6 October 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Having seen some really awful Christian films somehow along the way, I was extremely wary to even give this one a look, but got talked into it nevertheless, and was very surprised.

For once, a solid, interesting story that actually might appeal to someone outside of a church audience. As a matter of fact, it really strayed from the usual modus operandi of Christian films, which is to really push the bible rather than to just tell a story.

It seemed very mature in storytelling, as the plot lines were all different, but somehow intersected and worked with each-other and in the end, though all got resolved in a somewhat typical Hollywood fashion, the story itself kept me pretty involved and I found it to be, for the most part, compelling, which I can't say for any of the other Christian films I've seen.

The cinematography was done fairly well, and though the lighting did seem a little forced, the camera work was solid and the editing was cohesive and focused. The acting, for the most part, was natural, though some came off better than others.

All in all, this is not going to score anyone a whole lot of mainstream buzz or come out the other side with any real awards, but I found it to be, by far, the best of this genre I've seen, and I would recommend it as a rental for sure.


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