Brenton Thwaites is the pretty young reporter haunted by memories of his Afghanistan assignment, a cast of similarly little-knowns as his editor, his fiance.
And then there’s the fellow cast as the young reporter’s toughest assignment, “The Man” who claims he’s the Lord God Almighty. Landing David Strathairn was quite the coup, one of the great character actors of his time, a veteran of John Sayles indie classics, a definitive, Oscar-nominated Edward R. Murrow for “Good Night and Good Luck.”
The sentiments expressed here could be more accessible than the and angry and anti-intellectual “God’s Not Dead” Jeremiads.
“Interview with God” is due out later this year.