The film follows the story of a San Francisco Pentecostal minister Richard Gazowsky on his quest to shoot a groundbreaking fantasy film called Gravity: The Shadow of Joseph (described by him as "Star Wars meets The Ten Commandments"). The film follows him and members of his church as they go through pre-production and fly to Alberobello, Italy, for initial shooting that turns out to be marred with difficulties.
Penecostal Pastor Richard Gazowksy is on a mission from God--but not like the Blues Brothers.
After watching his first movie at age 49, Pastor Gazowsky is inspired in a vision to make a multi-million dollar epic movie. Gazowsky turns his church into WYSIWYG Productions(What You See Is What You Get)and director Mike Jacobs begins to document the journey. Obstacles? Absolutely no film-making experience whatsoever, lack of a "multi-million dollars," and the list only gets longer.
More extraordinary than its subject is the documentary itself. Objective to the core, this film allows the audience to observe and even empathize, ultimately allowing them to draw their own conclusions accordingly.
An excellent, well-made piece worthy of your attention.