So Help Me God (DVD)
Directed by Simon Cole
Advertising guru Simon Cole loves his job, his car and his wife, but feels spiritually empty and disconnected. Wondering if he were the only person in America not talking to God, he embarks upon an entertaining personal trip across the country in search of the Almighty.
In encountering the Mormons, Muslims, Jews and Jehova's Witnesses of America, SO HELP ME GOD is one man's amusing journey to answer complex and universal questions about God and religion.
“If you want something refreshing, something personal, and powerful - watch So Help Me God. As an atheist you will see religion from a different perspective and as a theist you will enjoy Simon’s search for God. It’s very healthy to search for the unknown as it takes courage, especially when the unknown defies the mainstream status quo. A personal master piece that will leave your mind in a deep thought contemplating about your own spiritual state of mind. You owe it to yourself to watch it.”
- Viktor Nagorny, Examiner.com
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