people who all end up at this diner when the road washes away, and they find themselves in the presence of a man who calls himself Jesus. "its set in the vein of that John Cussak movie Identity - its a faith mystery thriller" - David A.R. White
It’s a Twilight Zone-ish tale about a disparate group of travelers who find themselves stranded in a lonely roadside diner with someone who claims to be Jesus Christ. It was a challenging screenplay on a number of levels. Although Tim and I are both Christians and we have written a number of faith-based films, it is always intimidating to put words in Jesus’ mouth. It was also challenging on a technical level. Eighty-percent of the film consists of six people interacting in a single location. It’s hard to keep something like that moving. It should be very interesting. - "Sean Paul Murphy"