Do You Believe?

Synopsis: A dozen different souls-all moving in different directions, all longing for something more. As their lives unexpectedly intersect, they each are about to discover there is power in the Cross of Christ ... even if they don't yet believe it. When a local pastor is shaken to the core by the visible faith of an old street-corner preacher, he is reminded that true belief always requires action. His response ignites a faith-fueled journey that powerfully impacts everyone it touches in ways that only God could orchestrate. This stirring new film from the creators of God's Not Dead arrives in theaters Spring of 2015. More than a movie, it's a question we all must answer in our lifetimes: DO YOU BELIEVE?
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Jon Gunn
Production: Freestyle Releasing
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
120 min


I often wonder why it is

we're drawn to things.

Take this city, for example.

There are 10 million people

here, 10 million souls,

each one of them searching

for meaning in their lives.

But how many actually find it?

See that cross?

Countless people pass

underneath it every day,

but how many notice it?

And for those who do,

what does it mean to them?

Ask me, and I'll tell you

it's about forgiveness

and redemption,

because I know that's

what it's supposed to mean.

But what does it really mean?

This is the story of 12 souls

who are about to find out,

12 lives who will

intersect at the cross,

where they will all face

the same question.

Airway constriction.

Filled out for oxygen.

We're pushing 100%

at 15 liters per minute.

Rather not trach,

unless you advise otherwise.

Affirmative, 81.

Let's try not to cut her

unless we have to.

Come on, girl, breathe.

- She's breathing on her own.

- Got it.

Okay, eating Chinese takeout

with a severe food allergy.

I'm gonna go with

"Suicidal" for $1000, Alex.

The EMTs already pushed

5 milligrams of epinephrine.

Yeah? Anyone bother

to tell them

that's a lot of adrenaline

for a girl this size?

They had trouble

maintaining her airway.

That is why they call it

severe anaphylaxis.

And from the looks

of things,

she couldn't care less

whether we save her or not.

How can you make

an assumption like that?

Several lacerations

on the lower arm.

You have another theory,

a better theory you'd

like to propose, nurse?

I want a stat chest X-ray

and a round of labs.

Yes, doctor.



How's she doing?

She'll be fine.

Yeah, well, she's lucky someone

called 9-1-1 when they did.


You gonna be home

for dinner?

Maribelle's decided

it's time for the flu,

so I'm working a double.


Hey, you're the one always

saying we need extra money.

No, I'm the one saying

we need to spend less

so we don't need

the extra money.

Gotta run.

Can you check and see

whether maybe she's been

skipped over on the list?

She's in the system, so we can

get her in as soon as we can.

We've been here

for 6 hours, please!

What do I have to do to get

a doctor to see my daughter?

She has a really high fever.

All you can do is wait.

She's in the system,

she hasn't been skipped over.

I mean, we'll get to

her as soon as we can.

Are you sure you're okay?

You heard the doctor.

He said I'm fine.

- Just take it easy, J.D.

- What? I'm walking.

Well, walk more slowly.

Would you relax?

Until the Good Lord decides

it's time for me to go,

there's nothing

gonna kill me.

Once he decides it is time,

there's nothing gonna keep me.

Not much point in worrying

about it, either way.

That's a nice butterfly.

I love butterflies.

Do those wash off?

Afraid not.

What's your name?


That's a beautiful name.

I like it.

It's different.

It is different.

My name is Joe.

Nice to meet you, Joe.

Nice to meet you, Lily.

Do you wanna see

the pictures I drew?

I'd love to see

your pictures.

I like this one.

I love that one.

And, look, you even

spelled it correctly.

I believe

I'm a good speller.

I believe you're correct.

Well, you can

tell I love blue.

Blue is my

favorite color too.

Lily, what are you doing?


I was just gonna

show Joe my pictures.

Don't be upset.

It wasn't her fault.

We were just talking--


It's not that.

It's just that I just

can't even get somebody

to even take a look at her.

I'm fine, Mommy.

You don't need

to worry about me.

Hey, guys!

Sorry to rush you

out here, Pastor,

especially for a false alarm,

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