The sequel to the 2006 underground hit, The Perfect Stranger (based on David Gregory's second novel) takes up the story of the Cominsky family ten years after the first film ended.
Nikki's daughter Sarah, now 19 and heading west for college, is at her own spiritual crossroads; to further complicate matters, her mother has recently revealed that, nearly a decade ago, she sat down to dinner with the Almighty Himself.
Thinking her mom is certifiably insane, Sarah strikes up an unlikely friendship with a mysterious travel companion who shares her disdain for religion.
"As in The Perfect Stranger, this film will bring the question to the viewer as to what they would do if they could have a one-on-one with the Lord. This film will be enjoyed by all and may start great conversations between generations." --Donna Rolfe, The Dove Foundation
"Very good defense of the faith -- not religion. In dealing with junior high, high school and college-age kids, this movie really answered some great questions about God's love for us in a crazy, evil world and really hit home on the religion vs. relationship aspect of our walk with God. Very well done!"
(C. G. - Nampa, ID)
"An Amazing Encounter With Jesus. I just watched this movie and had to say that this is an awesome movie for Christians and even for those who may be seeking to understand Christ. As a Christian for over 40 years and as one who has the heart of a Pastor, this is the best display of what I think it would be like if Jesus were to visit a young lady in person in today's world. This movie made me feel the presence of God and love Him and Jesus even more."
(G. C. - IN)
"If you have a relationship with God this will stir your love for Him, if you aren't sure He exists and that He cares this gives very good food for thought."
(S. D. - Renton, WA)
"Nikki's daughter is grown and off to college. Sarah thinks her parents are insane to believe that her mother actually had dinner with the Lord. But now she is engaged in a conversation with a stranger that make her question her thoughts and ideas on faith and beliefs. As in The Perfect Stranger, this film will bring the question to the viewer as to what they would do if they could have a one-on-one with the Lord. This film will be enjoyed by all and may start great conversations between generations."
(The Dove Foundation)