You probably haven’t seen any trailers for it. As a matter of fact, you probably haven’t even heard of it. But by golly, I’m going to put on my hipster glasses and review this thing.
To characterize the Christian Indie project The Good Book as a movie, is almost to give it a misnomer. Unlike most pieces in this media genre, the film has not a single line of written dialogue. In fact, it has no sound at all aside from the soundtrack, put to the “silent” video of the film’s events. In this way, it’s basically the modern version of a silent film, but one with a concept that hasn’t often been done before.