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Hungry and homeless, Neale Walsch (played by Henry Czerny) questions the reason of his existence--and actually gets an answer! Based on the real life experiences of the author who penned the popular book series Conversations With God, this movie (with the same name), recounts the events that lead up to Walsch's heavenly communications.
Why Is Conversations With God Rated PG?
Conversations With God is rated PG for thematic elements, some language and a brief accident
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In this movie recounting the life of Neale Donald Walsch, author of the inspirational books titled Conversations With God, the hopelessness of homelessness is depicted. Other content concerns include an automobile accident (the impact of an oncoming car is briefly shown), slight sexual innuendo, mild profanities and some terms of deity used as expletives. An alcoholic character is seen drinking from a bottle, and shown passing out from drunkenness. A couple of scuffles break out during disagreements and homeless people are treated with disrespect.
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In Peaceful Warrior, a former gymnast named Dan Millman (played by Scott Mechlowicz), who now writes and presents motivational seminars, recounts his experience with an unusually wise and somewhat mysterious acquaintance that helped him find peace when his dreams of athlete glory were shattered. The movies Pursuit of Happyness and The Terminal also tell of the trials and triumphs of people who find themselves homeless and penniless.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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DVD Release Date: 27 February 2007
The DVD release of Conversations With God does not come with any enlightening bonus extras. Audio tracks are available in English 5.1 Dolby Surround, with subtitles in English, Spanish and French.