LANSING, Mich. - May 25, 2021 - PRLog -- "Seeing is believing" is a maxim gem buried deep at the heart of the complex-themed film "Lost Heart," written by DJ Perry and directed by Jesse Low. The quirky, funny, heart-touching story deals directly with our collective love of mysteries. In addition to bigfoot hunting, UFO's and the Devil's Crossroads, it explores how we individually seek answers in life. Often learning more in the pursuit of these mysteries versus any final, conclusive answers. In this bizarre yet charming Northern Michigan-town many forces appear to be at work. Included in the mix is a semi-bumbling preacher played by 'Happy Days' alumni Don Most. This role isn't a box-art cameo but a major role that just won Don the 'Best Support Actor' at the 2021 International Christian Film Festival. The film took 'Bronze' at the festival and continues to trend up the charts of various family and faith platforms.
The feeling was that the faith market might not be fully ready to talk bigfoot and UFOs. Finding life on another planet will likely shake the foundations of organized religion. Dogma will have to be adjusted to accommodate new discoveries questioning how the pieces fit into the greater whole. The film's "A" story is about country star Hannah Sweet (Melissa Anschutz) who returns home to Lost Heart, Michigan for her father's funeral. The "B" story centers around the zany shenanigans of Hannah's bigfoot hunting stepbrother Chip (Josh 'Ponceman' Perry) and UFO chaser (DJ Perry) along with some soul-selling antics at a friendly-sounding place referred to as the Devil's Crossroads. These exciting story developments are a real surprise/treat to someone who thinks they're tuning into just another run-of-the-mill 'Hallmark' or Faith film. The film carries a lighthearted tone reminiscent of early Spielberg films and showcases beautiful Michigan. The film's team at Bridgestone Multimedia Group has announced a 'general market' release for the film under the title BIGFOOT, UFO'S and JESUS. The new artwork showcases the fun, lighter side of the movie. It gives audiences a peek into the layers of mystery whereas seeing, is believing. Speaking of seeing is believing, ICFF nominated 'Best Supporting Actress' and SNL alumni Victoria Jackson, shows she's still a comic genius. She seems to have found a great storytelling family at CDI. Victoria can also be seen in CDI's upcoming release Best Years Gone and Don Most costars in CDI's previous release, Man's Best Friend.
Get yourself a box of juju bees and a bucket of buttery popcorn. BIGFOOT, UFO'S AND JESUS is aiming to entertain the masses as we emerge from this difficult time. It will start appearing on platforms worldwide.