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    Second Coming

    God@heaven
    Does God exist in cyberspace? One little boy decides to find out by sending God an email. This charming and sweet film shows that when one has a little faith, anything is possible. Written and directed by Joe Neulight.
    Length: 20 minutes

    Super Jesus
    Richie is a pint-sized terror who vexes baby-sitters. With no one to turn to, his mother drops him off with his crazy aunt as a last resort. Everyone expects the worst. But when the aunt and nephew share a supernatural experience, Richie the hell-raiser is transformed into an obedient and courteous young man.
    Length: 12 minutes

    Andy Across the Water
    A crotchety old man has spent the last 40 years bullying his family, and they've had 40 years to get used to it. One day while riding his horse through the mountains, the old man has a vision. He now has to convince the family whom he has always treated poorly that Jesus is coming on Thursday. The problem is, his family doesn't know what to do with the kinder, gentler Andy. Sometimes miracles happen to the wrong people. Written and directed by New York University film school graduate Leo Geter, who won the L.A. Weekly's Best Director Award for the 1997 world premiere of the play Morphic Resonance.
    Length: 30 minutes

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