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Synopsis

The sensational evangelist Sister Aimee Semple McPherson has pulled off her latest marvel: vanishing in plain sight of a devout disciple! Except that this disappearance was a cleverly orchestrated ploy to run away with her lover, a married writer named Kenny. Outfitted with new identities and a courageous guide named Rey, Aimee and Kenny head for Mexico, searching for inspiration and adventure. When Aimee tires of Kenny's literary ineptitude, she enlists Rey's help to ditch him in the desert. Yet getting Aimee back to Los Angeles where the news, the police, and her devotees are anxiously searching for her will take a real miracle.

Cast

  • Amy Hargreaves
  • Michael Mosley
  • Julie White
  • Macon Blair
  • Bill Wise
  • Jordan Elsass
  • Lee Eddy
  • Luce Rains
  • Anna Margaret Hollyman
  • Gary Teague

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Metacritic

50
Sep 27, 2019

Although written as a supporting role, Suarez Paz’s portrayal of Rey adds depth to the story and ultimately carries the film. So much so that you wish the movie had been about her.

Metacritic review by Beandrea July
Beandrea July
The Hollywood Reporter
50
Sep 26, 2019

The gendered themes at play here do little to boost the quality of Buck and Schlingmann’s storytelling, which is too tangled to follow at times.

Metacritic review by Candice Frederick
Candice Frederick
TheWrap
70
Sep 26, 2019

Samantha Buck, Marie Schlingmann bring a light touch and a wonderful comedic tone to a story of one hell of a woman. This is a lighthearted comedy about resourceful females far ahead of their time.

Metacritic review by Norman Gidney
Norman Gidney
Film Threat