Hi folks. Well, I think fantastic is stretching it a bit. But it certainly has it's own identity.
I did find an overuse of the music at the start, or was it the end, or both?
I'm still trying to figure out what the "hand of God" is. Is it supposed to be the actual hand of God. So then I'm wondering how the writer sees God. It seems to be as a human being, or at least someone who has human characteristics. I guess the whole thing, does seem a bit po faced The storyline is original, and the acting is quite good.
I love the way they say "BLOOD" .