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A retired lawyer loses his boat to a lightening strike, and the insurance company refuses to pay out, claiming it was an Act of God. After some thought, the lawyer decides to sue God, in an effort to expose the sham and legal shenanigans of the insurance industry.
102 minutes, No persons under 13 (Language, Prejudice)
Billy Connolly, Judy Davis, Colin Friels, Bille Brown, Wendy Hughes
John Clarke, Don Watson
Empress Road Productions, Gannon Films, New South Wales Film & Television Office, Showtime Australia, The Australian Film Finance Corporation
South African Media
The MoviesiteIan Douglas
Cape ArgusGary van Dyk
Cape TimesRafiek Mammon
The StarTanya Farber
Sunday TimesBarry Ronge
Average .. 54%
Ian Douglas: A great premise, but ultimately, the film had nowhere to go, or, could not have gone too far without
arousing the wrath of every theist religion in the world. As comedies go it is pleasant, though the humour will appeal more
to an older audience than the teens. I found the accents a little difficult to follow sometimes. YMMV.