What if God were the sun, produced in association with 20th Century Fox Film Corporation ... [et al.] ; produced by Greg Copeland ; teleplay by Janet Dulin Jones and Jamie Pachino ; directed by Stephen Tolkin
The work What if God were the sun, produced in association with 20th Century Fox Film Corporation ... [et al.] ; produced by Greg Copeland ; teleplay by Janet Dulin Jones and Jamie Pachino ; directed by Stephen Tolkin represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Nesmith Library.

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  • v4Y-sPRVqZ0
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  • True
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  • 2
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  • What if God were the sun, produced in association with 20th Century Fox Film Corporation ... [et al.] ; produced by Greg Copeland ; teleplay by Janet Dulin Jones and Jamie Pachino ; directed by Stephen Tolkin
Main title
  • What if God were the sun
Responsibility statement
  • produced in association with 20th Century Fox Film Corporation ... [et al.] ; produced by Greg Copeland ; teleplay by Janet Dulin Jones and Jamie Pachino ; directed by Stephen Tolkin
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • A poignant tale of faith, hope, love, and loss. Is there life after death? For many, this ever-elusive question begs consideration and inspires reflection. For Jamie, a young woman balancing the hectic demands of her job as an ER nurse with the planning of her upcoming nuptials, the answer is clear: there is no afterlife. But in the blink of an eye, Jamie's harried existence is brought to a standstill. After learning that her father died in a neighboring hospital room while she, unknowing, tended to another patient, Jamie is inconsolable. Her grief overshadows her work, her relationship with her husband-to-be, and everything she used to love, until a terminally ill patient with incredible vitality and unswerving faith helps her cope with her sorrow, and leads her to change her life, and her beliefs, in ways she never could have imagined
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  • videorecording
Medium
  • videorecording
OCLC Number
  • 641702152
Runtime
  • 88
Technique
  • live action
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