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Rated PG · 109 minutes · 2006

Author Neale Donald Walsch claims to have literally taken dictation from God in answer to some of his own questions, and the New Agey books that resulted have gone on to huge success. But how do you make a movie out of one guy having a dialogue in his head? Stephen Simon's film opts to tell the backstory of Walsch, played here by Henry Czerny under an astonishing variety of fake beards. Injured in a car crash, fired from his job, evicted, unemployable due to age and ailments, he does a stint in a homeless camp before a series of divine coincidences starts propelling him upward again. It's an agreeable enough tale right up until God butts in and starts talking; even if you can swallow the premise, it isn't particularly cinematic to watch a guy endlessly scribbling on legal pads. The rest of the film serves as an infomercial for the book, with every other character tediously going on and on about how amazing it is.
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Director: Stephen Simon
Writer: Eric DelaBarre and Neale Donald Walsch
Producer: Stephen Simon
Cast: Henry Czerny, Ingrid Boulting, Michael Goorjian, Abdul Salaam El Razzac, Bruce Page, Jerry McGill, Vilma Silva, Zillah Glory, Jamie Peck and Scott Cervine


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