Conversations With GodDirector: Stephen Simon
An unemployed homeless man who once turned to God for the answers to life's problems decides to share the information he received with the rest of the world by penning a series of best-selling books, and now his remarkable story comes to the screen in a biographical drama from producer/director Stephen Simon. There was a time when Donald Walsch (Henry Czerny) had no… See more details below
An unemployed homeless man who once turned to God for the answers to life's problems decides to share the information he received with the rest of the world by penning a series of best-selling books, and now his remarkable story comes to the screen in a biographical drama from producer/director Stephen Simon. There was a time when Donald Walsch (Henry Czerny) had no place to go and no one to turn to, but that all changed when he directed the hardest questions he had ever asked at the entity many view as the be-all and end-all of human existence. The answers that he received would not only change his life, but the lives of millions of readers as well. An unlikely spiritual messenger whose works subsequently sold over seven million copies and translated into thirty-four languages, Walsch's remarkable tale finally comes to the big screen courtesy of the producer behind such spiritual-centric films as What Dreams May Come and Indigo.
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- 20th Century Fox
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Cast & Crew
|Henry Czerny||Neale Donald Walsch|
|Abdul Salaam El Razaac||Chef|
|Joe Ivy||Bob Friedman|
|Michael A. Goorjian||Roy "The Morning Boy"|
|Ruth de Sosa||Georgia|
|Gay Hendricks||Executive Producer|
|Emilio Kauderer||Score Composer|
|Renee Prince||Production Designer|
|Mary Jo Slater||Casting|
|Muriel Stockdale||Costumes/Costume Designer|
1. Main Title/Had Enough? [3:01]
2. The Secret Is Out [7:22]
3. Decline and Fall [2:50]
4. Thief in the Night [3:36]
5. Doing It Wrong [2:41]
6. The Biggest Gifts [2:18]
7. Professional Camper [5:44]
8. The Recyclers [7:57]
9. A Lesson in Forgiveness [2:03]
10. A Hard Life [3:02]
11. Merry Christmas [2:50]
12. Position Available [4:31]
13. A Real Man [6:24]
14. You're Hired [5:35]
15. The Big Time [6:01]
16. Locked Out [5:34]
17. Love Is All There Is [8:04]
18. Making a Life [2:43]
19. Taking the Dare [3:09]
20. Tip of the Iceberg [5:22]
21. A Really Big Check [2:16]
22. A Promise Kept [6:06]
23. I Will Be There [4:30]
24. End Titles/Epilogue [4:59]
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It was so inspiring that I went back and re-read the books. I really believe the naysayers out there have 1. Never even read the series or seen the movie. 2. Don't believe it can be beneficial unless it includes brimstone and Hellfire.
I enjoyed this film so much the first time, I watched it 3 more times! The story line was fantastic. I would highly recommend it for anyone to watch........a truly spiritual uplifting..
We have a lot of motivations from the complicated modern world to seek for the truth, love, joy and inner peace. these wonderful books inspire us to do so.
This book is unacceptable, putting this crap in our kids minds is just wrong. Give them a Bible and a real Devotional. Get your money back if you can.
My mother has been trying to get me to read the "Conversations with God" series for as long as I can remember. I had no clue they were written by Neale Donald Walsch. I've never been much of a reader, so I never even bothered to look at the books. BIG MISTAKE! Today my mother & I were at Barnes & Noble to buy some books from a Recommended Reading list that I found online. As we were looking for them, I noticed Neale's name, which I recognize from "The Secret". I told my mom, "I had no clue these were written by Neale Donald Walsch!" We were tight on funds, and decided to hold off on purchasing the books but noticed the sticker on the front that said "Now a Major Motion Picture". We seeked out this DVD and bought it. I just got finished watching it (through all of my tears) and I have decided that I will buy the books ASAP! I'm a recovered Meth addict, so there is a lot to Neale's story that I can directly relate to! I cried for him in several parts, I cheered him on in others, etc. I'm now extremely pumped up about reading his series! I'm also very impressed with the acting performances. The main actor is so good, that having heard Neale's true voice in The Secret dvd, I couldn't tell a difference! All of the characters are so deep and lovable. I don't think that this movie would have been this good with the use of any other cast or any other script ... A+!
Not good at all. If there was any type of "spirituality" its definately not from God. Read the Bible and see for yourself; this is not God these are conversations with Satan- disguising himself as "light" But I am not surprised! Even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light.2Corinthians11:14(nlt)
This book was written by someone who doesn't even know a hint about the bible. I'm suprised this was even published!