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The Divine (2005)

Eighteen year old James Harris longs to be as free and as beautiful as a butterfly. Instead he lives a sad and lonely existence. Facially deformed since birth, James uses masks to hide his ... See full summary »

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Jenny Brogden ...
Girl on Bus
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Harris, Sally
Kyle Hansen ...
Gary
Julianne Johnson ...
Bus Driver
Kris Johnson ...
Harris, James
Andrew Kim ...
Luke
Julian Lamb ...
Joe
Natalie McGrath ...
Kelly
Ryan Scarcella ...
Young James
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Eighteen year old James Harris longs to be as free and as beautiful as a butterfly. Instead he lives a sad and lonely existence. Facially deformed since birth, James uses masks to hide his face from the world. He fears he may be utterly alone if his only friend, his ill mother, dies. In this suspenseful and spiritual drama, events unfold leaving James face to face with THE DIVINE. Written by Tim Hoover

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Hope is only a breath away.....

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11 March 2005 (USA)  »

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$75,000 (estimated)
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God saves, apparently.
19 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

Visually stunning. Well acted. The depth of a Christian rock song. The production values and wonderful visual pictures fool you at first into thinking the film is something more. Unfortunately, it stumbles into... well, a sermon basically. Films that have "everything is OK...God loves you!" themes aren't interesting because it establishes a world without real conflict. It's fine if characters are devout, but I really don't think any film should take an obvious side...especially if it's directly related to the plot. It comes off as cheesy and preachy, just as an atheistic view would come off as closed minded and jaded. Other than that, I think the director shows a lot of promise. As I said the visuals were wonderful, and I'd be very interested to see how he handles better material.


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