At first glance, this movie looks like it was made in the backyard with a personal camcorder from the 80’s. There’s also a lot of very specific religious Biblical references, and the movie is clearly Christian. If you can either embrace or temporarily disregard both of those things, then you’ll find a worthwhile and heartfelt movie waiting for you.
On the surface, the movie is about a used car salesman who is dishonest to a fault, up until the day he stops lying to himself about who he really is and who he could be. He reaches the lowest point in his life, and at rock bottom has only one choice: Embrace God or destroy his life.
At a deeper level, this movie is about the synchronicity and mystery we all feel on the spiritual path, regardless of whether we associate with a specific religion or none at all. This movie goes straight to the core of what it means to be human, and how when we trust in our higher power (no matter what we call it), we can truly experience miracles in our lives.