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Another Perfect Stranger

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Film Synopsis:

Another Perfect Stranger (based on David Gregory’s second novel) takes up the story of the Cominsky family ten years after the first film ended. Nikki’s daughter Sarah, now 19 and heading west for college, is at her own spiritual crossroads; to further complicate matters, her mother has recently revealed that, nearly a decade ago, she sat down to dinner with the Almighty Himself.

Thinking her mom is certifiably insane, Sarah strikes up an unlikely friendship with a mysterious travel companion who shares her disdain for religion.

Based on the best-selling novel, “Dinner With a Perfect Stranger” by David Gregory.

“The Perfect Stranger” Series!

No.1 in the “The Perfect Stranger” series – “The Perfect Stranger
No.2 in the “The Perfect Stranger” series – “Another Perfect Stanger
No.3 in the “The Perfect Stranger” series – “Nikki and the Perfect Stranger

Related Films to “The Perfect Stranger” Series!

The Perfect Gift
The Stranger

  • Jefferson Moore ~~~ Yesh
  • Ruby Marie Lewis ~~~ Sarah Cominsky
  • Chloe Allen ~~~ Courtney
  • Jonathan C. Barnes ~~~ Airplane Passenger
  • Christina Browder ~~~ Stephanie Inmon
  • Pamela Brumley ~~~ Sarah’s mom – flashback
  • Pattie Crawford ~~~ Kelly the Hotel Clerk
  • Stella Davis ~~~ Sarah, Age 9
  • Henry Diaz ~~~ Hindi gentleman
  • Shantha Diaz ~~~ Hindi lady
  • Darby Leigh Dugger ~~~ Airline attendant
  • Joanna Dys ~~~ Woman with baby
  • Jay Evans ~~~ Soldier
  • Alexis Hughes ~~~ Waitress
  • Emily Jacobson ~~~ Daughter in coffee shop
  • Tim Kelty ~~~ Businessman
  • Sister Mary Lennox ~~~ Airplane passenger
  • Danielle Merante ~~~ Airplane passenger
  • Miguel Oyola ~~~ Can Driver
  • Chad Russell ~~~ Dad
  • Matt Wallace ~~~ Ticket counter clerk
  • Tara Wallace ~~~ Mom
  • Tina Jo Wallace ~~~ Ticket counter girl
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  1. 26 August 13, 6:28pm

    I loved Another Perfect Stranger, and also the first movie in this series, The Perfect Stranger. You can read the full description above. In short, Sarah hops on a plane to check out a school she hopes to go to. She kind of wants to get away from parents who she feels try to push things on her, like religion. Years before, her mom had an encounter with Jesus that changed her life. Sarah is sitting by these two guys. One of them turns out to be a zealous Christian, and he bombards her with pushy “religious” talk that she hates. She begins talking to the other guy who starts right out saying He doesn’t like religion. That second guy, who doesn’t like religion turns out to be Jesus. Most of the rest of the movie is a conversation between Sarah and the guy she doesn’t realize is Jesus.

    This movie and its predecessor are awesome because Jesus uses the same logic to present the truth that the skeptical main character uses to dispute the truth. This is major for two reasons. The first reason is that the world relies on logic, and human beings pretty much have a mind set to rule out anything that doesn’t agree with whatever their particular logic is. The second and most important reason is that all worldly logic has holes in it and can be argued. Worldly logic is not absolute and might be relative to people, circumstances or events. But the real truth, God’s truth, every word in the bible is absolute truth and there aren’t any holes, flaws, in it. Yeah, someone might argue with biblical truth but it can’t be shot down.

    Jefferson Moore, as Yesh (i.e. Jesus), does an excellent job of delivering an excellent script and Ruby Marie Lewis, who plays Sarah, is very convincing in her role as a skeptic who, though skeptical is not closed minded at all.

    This movie is a must see. I believe this movie could easily lead an unbeliever to Christ.

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