A filmmaker is having trouble with the film he is editing. His film is about a play-wright who is making an allegorical play about God. Ironically, the playwright is facing the same problem; she’s not happy with her final product, and is trying to figure out what to change.
“Director’s Cut” is about the struggle that writers have when placing God in their work. The director finds himself wondering if he should leave his play as an allegory or come right out and say that it’s about God. I think many writers no doubt struggle with this decision when trying to put God into a work, and not knowing how much should remain and whether to leave certain plot lines up to the audience to interpret.
This movie is a bit challenging to follow at times because it bounces back and forth between the director and the play itself but overall it gets its point across. This DVD has no objectionable content and we can happily award it the Dove “Family-Approved Seal” for all ages.