In this third and final chapter of the 'Perfect Stranger Trilogy', Nikki Cominskey, now in her 40's and no longer a high-powered attorney, finds that the spiritual life she signed on for is... See full summary »
A spoiled schoolgirl, her overworked executive mother, and a disillusioned young minister each receives an uplifting message about friendship, commitment, and the truest meaning of Christmas from a friendly, but mysterious drifter.
'THE PERFECT STRANGER' tells the story of Nikki, a troubled attorney who one day receives a mysterious dinner invitation from a man claiming to be Jesus of Nazareth. Throughout their ... See full summary »
Ten years have passed. Nikki's daughter Sarah, now 19 and heading West for college, is at her own spiritual crossroads. To make matters worse, her mother has recently revealed that, nearly ... See full summary »
Jadin meets Ashley, the con. This story uses the best comedic gaffs--nosy neighbors, hearing voices in your head, and having one's house taken over by con artists. It is rich in humor and self-inflicted misery that ends happily ever after.
Josiah David Warren
Josiah David Warren,
Elizabeth A. Greene,
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An eerie comedy about two friends from LA who decides to take their small time weed selling business off the streets and indoors by converting their home into a two story bong. Charging ... See full summary »
Majority of principal cast and crew members had experienced breast cancer in some facet of their lives, causing several to work below their normal rates in support of the film's vision, which is to benefit breast cancer research and prevention. See more »
Written by Shelley Dedrick
Performed by The Nashville String Machine See more »
I'm not sure what I expected from this film when I read the synopsis but what I got wasn't it. It's a lovely, quirky film about despair that turns into hope. Yes, it's a Christian film but it's not in your face. I loved it. It's a long film, that plods along and usually I'd hate that but it really worked well with this film. It's different and I loved that. Great film.
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