Reviewer: Donna Rolfe Source:
Juliana Allen, Jefferson Moore, Matt Wallace, Georgette Kleier
The third and final chapter in the 'Perfect Stranger' movie trilogy; based on the novels by David Gregory.
Nikki Cominskey, now in her 40's and no longer a high-powered attorney, finds herself once again at spiritual crossroads, wondering where her closeness to Jesus has gone. On a late-night interstate trip, burned out and hopeless, she wails her complaints to God. Running out of fuel, she finds Jesus once again -- on the roadside with a can of gas.
The ensuing trip becomes an evening full of answers, intervention and adventure -- beyond anything Nikki ever could have imagined.
Nikki's life has changed a lot since the dinner with Jesus and a few years have passed since then. As of late she feels that he has forgotten her and she feels that she is not as connected to God as she once was. So as she leaves her mother's house and heads for home she again finds herself in His company. Can Jesus help her to once again understand the meaning of His love?
Once again the story of "what if" comes to the screen with all the questions that we might have if we were in the presence of our Lord. This movie has a lesson about how much God loves us and how He sees us. We are proud to award this wonderful film the Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for all ages.
Content Description: Sex: There is a man outside of a XXX shop and he talks of his little "problem". Language: None Violence: None Drugs: None Nudity: None Other: Discussion regarding the love of God.