A young attractive black singer/Christian turns his back on the teachings of Jesus; when he becomes very angry with his father. Many years later, the son returns to find many changes in the congregation that he once attended. With his childhood friend creating a "new vision" for the church; family adversity; career; and a relationship that puts the young man into a whirlwind chaos. The successful singer is desperately seeking life's answers for common world problems. Will he find the answers In a bottle of liquor or talk to the all-knowing and true God; for help.
I liked the story but the beginning of the movie: there are women dressed in scanty attire and it is a very long scene: I HATE IT!!! On one scene, there is a nude portrait of a woman, showing her bare skin and below the lower back and I hate it!!! There is one scene where the singer is in bed with a woman, that is bad to watch. I am grateful there was no nudity or sex shown. The gospel music that was sung by Boris Kodjoe (he played in "Madea's Family Reunion" movie) sang okay but this movie reminded me of a musical. I liked Senyo Amoaku in the "Brother White" movie, better gospel music, then, I wouldn't have mind listening to more.