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For Prophet

USA 2024
produced by
Mark Stewart Iverson, Enrico Natale, Allen S. Iverson (executive) for MSI Films, Redbird Entertainment
directed by Mark Stewart Iverson
starring Ben Marten, Valentina Garcia, Enrico Natale, T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh, Bert Belasco, Eddie Jemison, Stephanie Wohar, Dennis Florine, Tom McElroy, Mike Saad, Jeanne T. Arrigo, Jose Santiago, Molly Southgate, Alexa Maria Huerta, Jamison Lingle, Stephen George, Jordan Riggs, Mark Stewart Iverson, William C. Thompson, Adam Shalzi, Robert Southgate, Susan Rago, Sean Parris, Leah Urzendowski, Steve Boress, Scott Casper, Jamie Newell, Moira Begale, Whitney Ellis, Vito De Perte, Rhie Baker-Cruz, Chris Mau, Lisa Goldbeck, Justin Wigg, Allen Iverson, Wanda Iverson, Rebecca Sutera Tulloch, Brandon Aranza, Kendall Dakof, Tyler Schorsch, Enna Schmitt, Holly Schmitt, Joshua Brown, John McDonnell, Carolyn Begun, Eric Schorsch, Dave Driscoll
written by Mark Stewart Iverson, music by King Luck, (as Stephen "King Luck" Williams), Garrett Beelow, songs by Debnis Florine

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Damon (Ben Marten), owner of a struggling juicebar, tries his best to be a good person, which includes feeding the poor with leftovers from his shop and the like. But of late, his wife Cassie (Stephanie Wohar) has had a miscarriage and his dad has died from cancer, both of which have quite understandably been dampers to his positive outlooks on live and have put a little devil on his shoulder - or rather a man-sized demon (Enrico Natale) only he can see in his life. But now he's needed to expose a corruption scandal that would cut social programs in his town, so heaven sends him archangel Raphael (Valentina Garcia) to counteract the demon and lead Damon back on the right path - which he has never totally left anyways. There's only one problem, Raphael's pretty hyper, and her energy doesn't really connect with Damon's, and at first her attempts to help him and point him into the right direction only lead to making things worse - so while she might show him the right way, they're definitely taking the scenic route ...


Now I will admit, at times For Prophet is playing it up for its faith-based core audience a bit too much, but that doesn't take away from the fact that it actually works as a pretty good comedy first and foremost: The conflict at the bottom of things is hilarious, the characters feel real in all their fallability, and they're embodied by a rather competent cast, the story develops rather nicely, and the directorial effort is subtle enough to not stand in everything else's way. So even if the a bit too wholesome outset and resolution of this film might not be 100% your thing, there's still plenty to enjoy and laugh about in this one.


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