In this alternate take on what happened in the Garden of Eden, Lilith decides to illuminate Eve to the truth about Adam and who is the first woman.
The religious tag contains faith-based productions, alongside films, shows, books, and more, which have a strong celestial presence.
In “You Can Live Forever,” faith conflicts with sexuality as a Jehovah’s Witness girl falls for another girl who is by no means questioning their sexuality.
The path to redemption has always been without explicit details, and for Humberto, he seems to feel his daughter’s life depends on him regaining his footing.
Shokei Shoujo no Virgin Road focuses not on the special individual from our world but the person who is tasked with killing them.
An older man, who has somehow seduced a high schooler, takes advantage of cultural and religious customs and values to coerce a meeting.
What starts off as a comical mockumentary about a megachurch trying to make a comeback becomes a film that struggles to shift to a serious tone as it addresses what led to the downfall.
The Eyes Of Tammy Faye reminds you how those who seek money and power exploit and tarnish those who have faith in God.
Respect puts respect on Aretha Franklin’s name while still addressing her demons, sordid relationships, and her father.
While the men of His Dark Materials are borderline liabilities to the show’s greatness, the women, more than enough, make up for what nearly every male character lacks.
If you like holiday movies which get your emotional, feature a “What If?” and are a little queer, you will love A New York Christmas Wedding.