After his house is destroyed by a tornado that his insurance company deems an “act of God,” former lawyer David Frank is determined that someone must pay. He decides to serve God...with a lawsuit.
David’s provocative and clever legal antics turn the courtroom into a spectacle as he cross-examines representatives of the world’s religions. But when he meets his match - charming and intelligent defense lawyer Rachel - sparks fly and his assumptions are challenged. David’s act of desperation just might be his salvation.
Clever and thought-provoking, “Frank vs. God” raises questions about faith and religion with a light-hearted tone and an open mind. The film is an uplifting story of one man’s search for answers, by taking them to a higher court.
Frank is played by Scottish-Peruvian actor Henry Ian Cusick (Lost, Scandal) and Rachel by Ever Carradine (24). Stewart Schill is the writer and director.
Frank vs. God screens Friday, May 30 at 7:15 p.m. at TLC Chinese 6 Theatres (6801 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles). Tickets are $11 available at www.danceswithfilms.com
Pictured: Henry Ian Cusick's son Eli Cusick, Henri Ian Cusick, Matt Reidy, Ever Carradine, Stewart Schill, and Scott Schill