I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore
Caveh Zahedi • 1h 13m
Directed by Caveh Zahedi • 1994 • USA
I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore is a documentary about a filmmaker who takes a road trip to Las Vegas with his father and half-brother in an attempt to prove the existence of God. He posits that if God exists, and if God is indeed omniscient, omnipotent and omnibenevolent, then all the filmmaker has to do is roll the camera and let God direct the movie. But the movie isn't going in the direction the filmmaker would like, and so the filmmaker attempts to force God's hand by trying to persuade his father and half-brother to take Ecstasy with him.
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