One of the reasons why I Still Believe was a big success in Europe was that it was shown in two parts. In part one of the movie, a fictional group of clergyman debates the existence of God in great detail. The conclusion is that the group believes God exists. On the other hand, in part two, the real problem presented for believers involves the very idea of God.
Another reason why this movie was successful was because the Church Fathers was much more convincing than the opposing side. I like this aspect because I believe there is much more wisdom in discussing things with people you know and respect rather than having to argue with someone who may not really be a believer. This may also explain why this movie was a success all over the world.
Overall, the movie was very well-done. The acting was excellent and everyone was believable. It will be interesting to see how this will be received in the US and other countries.
As for the series, it was pretty good. Some parts were enjoyable, others weren't so much. It just felt like it took longer than I thought it would to get to the conclusion.
Overall, I found the movie interesting. I can see why many people are excited about this one. You'll probably agree or disagree with some of my opinions, but that's okay.
This movie isn't exactly Bible based, but it's still fun to watch if you like the spiritual messages in the story. You will likely like this one, but I doubt it will make you believe in God like I did.
The movie wasn't really that long. I think it might have been better if it were longer, but it's still pretty short. If you enjoy comedy and/or teen fiction then you might want to give it a chance.
Overall, the first Movie in the Series will probably be best. It gives a good introduction to the main characters and the concept of the religion. It is also a good introduction to Christian culture in Europe.