For all his far-reaching fame, Sol Harkens, the world's most famous atheist, is a lonely soul and a lousy part-time dad. After a near death experience challenges his simplest assumptions about this world, Sol finds his purpose and re-imagines his life, in a film that will make you laugh and cry and want to stand up and cheer.
As of November 4th, the film was only playing in a single theatre in Flushing, NY...nowhere else in the five boroughs. Though set in New York, any city dwellers who cared to see the film would have to go to New Jersey to find a cinema that even scheduled a showing. See more »
This movie was refreshing in that it is about character and real life struggles in modern America for many people. It also shows the reality that rarely the fame and fortune life style brings true fulfillment and happiness. All one has to do is read the papers to see how miserable many actors and actresses are at the end of their lives to validate my comment. Yet Hollywood and the media do not understand that most Americans are represented by this struggling family, and many find their source of strength in faith in God. The contrast is clearly presented in this movie.
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