Salvation Boulevard

Synopsis: Set in the world of mega-churches in which a former Deadhead-turned-born again-Christian finds himself on the run from fundamentalist members of his mega-church who will do anything to protect their larger-than-life pastor.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Drama
Director(s): George Ratliff
Production: IFC Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

Hey there, pretty lady.

Dan, so wonderful.

Thank you very much. Thank you.

So wonderful.

Great victory, Pastor.

You just demolished him.

Thank you, thank you.

Yeah, absolutely.

You must be Gwen's dad.

Yeah, that's right. Jim Hunt.

Petty Chief, U.S. Navy retired.

We've met in church.

Of course, of course.


When you talked

about Carl, so moving.

Thank you. Well,

he is an inspiration, Gwen.

Nice job, buddy!

I framed it beautifully.

I even got kind of a nice halo around

your head from the stage light.

Thanks, Jerry!

Hey there, fellow traveler.



I couldn't help but hear you've

been on the road, so to speak.



Honey, Honey Foster.

On tour from '81 to '92.

Always find each other, huh?


That was a long time ago.

One minute you're in a van with nine

people, tripping out of your gourd,

and the next you're

campus security guard.

Churchy guy.

It's weird.

So what's up, man?

Well, uh...

I gotta... It was very

nice to meet you.




All right.

Rock on, man.

Gwen and I have been batting around

an idea for the past couple of weeks.

And we'd like to

share it with you.

Please do.

We'd like to open a movie

theater, you know.

Where we could offer up a full

schedule of all Christian movies.

From The Ten Commandments

to The Passion of the Christ.

Mmm-hmm. I think it'd be perfect

for the City on a Hill.

Yes. Who created

this image?

Oh, that was Gwen.

Quickly. I did it really quickly.

It is lovely.

It's beautiful, Gwen. Absolutely beautiful.

You like it?

We could open with one,

and then we could expand it

into a chain across the...

Carl! Carl, come down here.

Don't be shy.

Really very beautiful. You have

a very talented wife here.


Thank you.


Well, I hope I didn't

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