Los Angeles Times

By Kevin Thomas
A slyly observed slice of Americana.
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Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
It's a knowing, dare I say sweet, little film that takes pains to let the characters speak for themselves, never rallying behind an implicit religious message, which may be the best message of all.
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L.A. Weekly

The cinematography, by Dan Stoloff (Tumbleweeds, Miracle), is beautiful throughout, but the individual stories occasionally verge toward silliness...Still, there's an affectionate authenticity here that Hollywood baloney like "Crash" can't touch.
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By Ronnie Scheib
Winner of the Golden Starfish fiction competition at the Hamptons fest, pic's gutsy, madly ambiguous unleashing of a mixed bag of religious reactions attests to a genuine sense of regionalism.
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61 out of 100
Generally favorable reviews
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