Filmed during a promotional tour for their book, Is Christianity Good for the World?, Christopher Hitchens, an antitheist, and Douglas Wilson, a Christian minister, continue the lively discussion that spawned it. Employing a cinéma vérité style, the production, filmed on various college campuses (one a theological college) and other venues, does not present "a debate" but rather explores the world views of two strangers who knew each other well through email but had never before met. Their initial discomfort is obvious and never completely bridged. They have such differing viewpoints, and it becomes clear that neither will significantly influence the other's thinking. Viewers, depending on their own beliefs, will probably identify more with one or the other of them. The film needs—and has—subtitles, because the recording of their voices is not always clear. Bonus features include Hitchens and Wilson praising the film's two great strengths: it doesn't take sides, and it demonstrates how civil discourse can exist over a very contentious issue. Highly recommended for public and academic libraries.—Kathleen Sullivan, Phoenix P.L.