Sundance: ‘Life According to Sam’ invites healthy introspection (+video)

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  • Dan Maloy Enid, OK
    Jan. 30, 2013 11:42 a.m.

    Article quote: "We’ve found that (our other films) get to be successful when people leave the movie theater or screening and they talk about it,” Sean Fine told the Deseret News. “They talk about (the movie) at dinner, they talk about it for a couple days later and it makes them think about bigger things than what they just watched on the screen. And we’re getting that kind of reaction from people with ‘Life According to Sam.’ The kind of thing that’s really neat is you have this kid — who most of us if we saw him on the street would just stare at when he walked by and kind of wonder, ‘What’s wrong with that kid?’ — and here he is causing people to think differently about their lives. That’s the power of filmmaking, and I think that’s the power of documentaries.”

    Isn't it amazing that we ALL have a story to tell?, that ALL of us are actually so much MORE than we appear to be on the surface?

    May God help us to all remember that.