2015 Dallas International Film Festival: Divine Access
As we go through life it seems like everyone is looking for something. Romantic, financial and spiritual advice and direction are blasted out through every media outlet you can imagine. In Director Steven Prince’s Divine Access, everyone is looking for Jack.
Jack Harriman (Billy Burke) has seen it all. Keenly aware of Jack’s penchant for discrediting religious zealots, Jack’s friend Bob McCorb (Patrick Warburton) asks him to join a cable access television show. After humiliating the current host of the show, Reverend Guy Roy Davis (Gary Cole), Jack’s popularity turns him into a spiritual celebrity and he takes to the road on a multi-city speaking tour accompanied by Nigel, a self-proclaimed “catcher” (Joel David Moore). Along the way Jack and Nigel are joined by Amber (Dora Madison), a down on her luck call-girl, and Marian (Sarah Shahi), an enigmatic beauty who challenges Jack’s beliefs and questions whether he has some deeper calling.
Divine Access is a humorous, heartfelt spiritual road trip with pit stops for beer, fishing and fun on the way to examining truth, friendship, family and faith.