A documentary of sorts about a theologian named John Hull who began to lose his sight with the birth of his first son and kept a journal to record all the feelings and emotions that came with.
It’s really quite fascinating and it’s all presented in a rather unique way, with actors portraying Mr. Hull and his family, bringing his words and thoughts to life. Might not be the most edge-of-your-seat way to spend a good 90 minutes, but if you’re looking for something on the more relaxing, insightful, soulful side of life, you’ll certainly find much to enjoy. Beautifully made, too.
It’s got a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes.