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  • Summary: Vito Bonafacci is a successful businessman who enjoys his lifestyle and the riches he has accumulated. But all that changes when one night he dreams he is having a heart attack. In that dream his mother appears from her grave and pleads with him to abandon his pursuit of greed and materialism. “Beware of the false gods of money, power, status and pleasure” she implores him, and then instructs him to “return to the true path of life”. When Vito wakes, he is deeply affected by this vision and this leads him on a soul-searching journey to understand his life’s purpose. In a series of encounters with family and friends, he questions and explores the meaning of faith and the role religion plays in tempering one’s soul. As the echo of his Mother’s words fills his thoughts he reaches out to his local priest to begin the renewal of his Catholic faith. (Cavu Pictures) Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Daniel M. Gold
    May 6, 2011
    Effectively a tutorial on some basic Catholic rituals, this isn't a great film - too many scenes are static or clumsily acted - but it is elevated by the touches of neorealist style in its small-bore focus and its soundtrack of classical compositions and Italian music from the 12th and 13th centuries.
  2. Reviewed by: Andrew Schenker
    May 4, 2011
    Factor in the consistently subpar acting and Vito Bonafaccistands as one project better suited to Sunday schools than movie theaters.