Teenaged Jessie isn't like the rest of her highly religious family. While her sister is devoted to long distance running and her parents to their conservative Baptist church, Jessie is a bit too eager, a little bit adrift as she drives the dark night streets delivering newspapers. When Jessie finds herself pregnant without any memory of sex and determines that she is carrying the child of God, she disrupts the accepted roles and unquestioned order within her family and her entire small town. Rich with strange apparitions and mysterious women, but also with heartbreakingly simple human interactions, Deborah Kampmeier's magical and profound first feature explores the meaning of love, family, divinity, and the imagination.Written by
After watching this movie I cannot tell more that I'm sorry for the money I give to buy it ( approx. 2 $ - not licensed ) and the time I've spent to watch it. Advice: don't make my mistake again!!! I have to tell you more , just give it away... The action is about a girl , some sort of unadapted to society with stupid young things , who doesn't believe in god but after she was raped she is thinking that she's having the god's child and so on... the other characters are in the movie just to fill it in . The budget for this movie must have been about 5000 $ or even the so called actress's been paying for her role in the movie. I could not believe before seeing this movie that can be made so stupid things. The comments from this site IMDb were extremely good for this movie , so be afraid to buy it after that.
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