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Do You Believe?

“In a spiritual version of Crash, 12 people come together — each with a different level of belief. The only common bond for them is a small wooden cross handed out to a congregation by a pastor who realizes even he might not be living his life as a true believer.

“The script by Chuck Konzelman and Cary Solomon cleverly intertwines the lives of the 12 people who appear headed in different directions. Joe (Brian Bosworth) is looking for some peace in his final days. Samantha (Mira Sorvino) and her daughter are homeless. Others are dealing with the grief of having lost a child, rejection by parents, the horrors of war and the the deadly nature of gang life.

“Juggling so many story lines is a major task, but director Jon Gunn manages to service all the stories while holding true to the movie’s main message.

“It helps that he gets some strong performance, including one surprisingly good effort from Bosworth, whose NFL and film careers burned out decades ago. Alexa Pena Vega turns in a heart-breaking performance as a young woman who has reached her emotional limits because of family issues. It’s the work of Liam Matthews that proves the crowning touch. It falls to him to play a paramedic and family man who is willing to risk losing everything just to remain true to his convictions.

"Gunn understands the right structure for a faith-based film. It has to do more than deliver a serious message, it must be a good story where people can connect with relatable characters. “Do You Believe?” works because it’s equally strong as a family drama and faith-based story.” - Fresno Bee

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