Item description for The Theory of Everything by Affirm Films...
Overview DVD-THEORY OF EVERYTHING
Community Description In this Christian drama, Doug Holloway (David de Vos) embarks on a quest to locate his birth father, Eugene Holland (Victor Lundin), a scientist seeking to prove God's existence -- through physics. But Eugene is suffering a degenerative brain disorder that's compromising his mental faculties. In the process of reconnecting and working together to complete Eugene's mission before time runs out, father and son learn the importance of faith.
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Actors: Affirm Sony Pictur, Victor Lundin, Frances Black
Directors: David De Vos
Cinematographers: Terence Pratt
Format: Color, DVD, NTSC
Language: English, Spanish
Region Code: 0
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: Triumph Marketing
Running Time: 86.00 minutes
Record Label Triumph Marketing
Format Color / DVD / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.1" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Jan 12, 2010
Publisher WESSCOTT MARKETING #813
ISBN 5558134003 ISBN13 9785558134001 UPC 043396326750
Reviews - What do customers think about Theory Of Everything?
"Maybe He finds us" Nov 2, 2006
Director/writer/producer/editor David de Vos stars in this film about Doug, a man with a failing flight school business and a stressed out marriage, who one day gets a call telling him that his biological father, who he has never known, wants to see him. The State authorities say the father is not competent and should be institutionalized, but Doug decides a different fate for him. The film centers on this relationship, and it is often touching, and will be appreciated by anyone who has taken care of an elderly parent.
Victor Lundin is excellent as Gene, the eccentric father, whose house looks a little like the shack in "A Beautiful Mind." Also good is Frances Black as Abby, Doug's wife, and they have a good script to work with, that is often thought provoking. "The Theory of Everything" is a 2006 very low budget production that holds its own and is always entertaining. It has Christian themes but no one will ever be able to say it is "preachy," and shows that Mr. de Vos has a lot of talent in many areas. Shown on Trinity Broadcasting Network, it is well worth your time to watch if you see it listed to be aired on television.