Two men in an apartment with their opposing beliefs in this play by Cormac McCarthey. The black guy, a former convict who believes in God, just saved the white atheist professor from jumping in front of the express train. He won’t let the depressed man leave, without following him, and feel he’s in this situation for a reason, decided by God. An intense chamber play about belief or unbelief, and a conversation about what’s true and important in life, or not.
User Reviews: Right off the bat, this movie is a great watch for anyone, no matter what they believe about life, death, or what’s next. This movie does an amazing job of addressing theological philosophy without alienating anybody. These are things we all think about, whether or not we’ve come to any conclusions.
The acting and directing are terrific. Couldn’t be better. The writing is good enough to make it worth reading the play by itself.
In the same way that a really good "sports movie" can be deeply moving to people who aren’t exactly sports fans, this movie will be deeply moving to people who aren’t necessarily into thinking about God, death, or the afterlife.
If you’re wondering whether or not to watch, rent, or buy this movie; do it. It’s worth it.