Cleo loves his life as a youth pastor in suburban Denver, but his genuine support for a teenage girl has put his job in jeopardy. When the church’s Elder Board becomes aware of the situation, he’s asked to take two weeks off to consider his actions and the impact on his role in ministry. Distraught by the arrival of this news via email, Cleo grabs a backpack and bike to hit the road and figure out what’s really true. His journey takes a turn toward Edmond, Oklahoma, when he hitches a ride from a mysterious traveler named Larry and his dead father. Larry’s intense skepticism along with a string of peculiar signs causes Cleo to question more than his relationship with the teen…he questions the very existence of Love.
User Reviews: I don’t know the filmmakers, but I still feel really proud of them for making this movie. The thematic content reflects a conversation that desperately needs to happen in the evangelical church. Plus, heavy themes aside, it’s a fun flick. Larry’s character made me smile, and the footage between Colorado and Oklahoma was pretty great, especially for a low-budget film. Most "Christian" movies suck. This one is actually worth watching.