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I Am (2010)

Not Rated | | Drama | 10 October 2010 (USA)
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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Credited cast:
Aaron Rossdale
Todd Zeile ...
Trevor Evans
Jake Russell
Lance Vita
Alice Bordeaux (as Amy Holland)
Angelica Vita
Greg Fisk ...
Dr. Ortus
Gary Edward ...
Laura McHenry ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kate Bishop ...
Joy Dineo ...
Gate Agent
Courtney Duckworth ...
Sarah Russell
Lt. Everett
Officer Allegro


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 »


Edited from Liquid: The Ten, Volume One (2008) See more »


I Am
Music and lyrics by Jessica Specht
Performed by Jessica Specht
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Conversations with God
23 October 2016 | by (Ohio/PA border) – See all my reviews

Released in 2010 and written/directed by John Ward, "I AM" is an inspirational drama centering around a several interconnecting people in the Los Angeles area who violate the Ten Commandments one way or another.

While "I AM" starts out convoluted and confusing with too many characters -- too many of them unlikable -- and not enough focus on any one of them, around the midway point I GOT it. I GOT what the writer/director was doing and my initial irritation morphed into respect. I was struck by the uniqueness of the film, particularly a movie with Christian themes. The quality actors, albeit no-name, pull off the difficult material, especially Tomas Boykin's monumentally challenging role as the titular character. Sure, the idea was taken from 2003's "Bruce Almighty," but that was a comedy. It's much harder to pull off such a role in a serious drama. In addition, the cinematography, editing, poignant script and choice songs on the soundtrack worked together to produce a unique and moving film with gems to mine on future viewings.

On that note, "I AM" ain't' just another Christian drama. The non-linear story is told in a gritty, kinetic manner and offers fascinating insights into the nature of God, dismantling the damaging stereotypes thereof. The conversations with the LORD you observe the characters participate in are obviously not literal, but they're well done and absolutely relatable to real life. We all have such "conversations," whether we are willing to admit it or not. These dialogues are more typically inward, where you converse with your higher nature -- your spirit, conscious or (as Freud called it) the super-ego. We either defend our negative, destructive thoughts & actions or we change for the positive in response to the voice of God via our spirit or conscience. Here's an example from my own life: Several years ago I was stuck in a dead-end job that I had for a dozen years and I'd walk down the halls hearing a 'voice' within telling me over and over: "You're wasting time!" I just KNEW I was supposed to get out and take a leap of faith in order to fulfill my true calling. So that's what I did and I've been exponentially blessed because of it, which is not to say that everything's been peaches 'n' cream; far from it, in fact.

When the movie came to the part about keeping the Sabbath I was expecting the writer to espouse the same old eye-rolling religious clichés, but I was pleasantly surprised that he got it right. Excellent job on this front.

Three of the standout songs on the aforementioned soundtrack are "I Am" by Jesica Specht and "Facedown" and "Save Yourself" by Sandfrog. Check 'em out on Youtube.

If you watched this movie and didn't like it I encourage you to give it another try.

The film runs 89 minutes and was shot in the Los Angeles area.


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