Rebecca St. James is quite good as the lead in this film. She plays Joyce, a woman who winds up pursued by a couple of men including David and his boss who manipulates David’s schedule so as to spend time with Joyce. The movie is a comedy with some dramatic points being made. The fact that David’s landlord, Terry, who lives right next to him, likes him, complicates matters.
Each person has something unique about himself/herself and each personality is original in some way. In another nice scene a woman comments that we cannot always understand God; for example if she stood above ants they would not understand her. David admits that he used to never really give God much thought, but that changes by film’s end.
We are recommending this one for ages twelve plus, due to a few sophisticated themes and mild innuendos. Enjoy the laughter and this movie just might remind you to look for God’s creativity in the people you meet every day.