Based on the New York Times bestseller by Donald Miller that swept the nation, Blue Like Jazz is a groundbreaking film about finding yourself. Don is a sheltered 19-year-old junior college student who becomes disenchanted with his faith when his mom has an affair with a married youth pastor. Don impulsively flees Texas for a new life at a progressive Portland college and one of the most godless campuses in America.
The eccentric student body and surroundings are in stark contrast to the Bible Belt environment Don left behind, sending him on a journey of self-discovery during which he must come to terms with who he really is, what he believes, and where he truly belongs. Directed by recording artist Steve Taylor, Blue Like Jazz presents a Christian message and inspiring story that rings true. Dove approved (Faith Based - Caution*). Widescreen. Closed captions. Approx. 107 minutes.
*Caution: This film contains mature content and themes not recommended for children. While the over-arching message of the film presents a positive Christian world view, some anti-Christian sentiments are expressed which may be offensive to some viewers.