David Frank he is a mess. A wounded lion. His spirit shattered by the death of his wife, the formerly successful corporate attorney spends days in his bathrobe with his only real companion, his beloved bulldog, Brutus. But while away on a trip to visit his beloved niece Lucy, just outside of Orlando, a Tornado threatens to destroy his house. David races home in a heroic effort to save poor Brutus, but is stopped by the police and watches helplessly as the dark funnel of destruction sucks up the house, and the dog, like some Wizard of Oz nightmare – the punishing finger of God. Then, adding insult to injury, the Insurance Company tells him they won’t pay because the damage falls under the ‘Act of God’ clause in his policy. David is livid. But then he gets the bright idea to sue God Himself for damages, naming representatives of all different faiths as co-defendants. Fueled by a megalomaniacal and opportunistic judge, a beautiful but damaged defense attorney, and David Frank’s own sharply-honed legal gymnastics, what starts out as a crazy, radical stunt ultimately becomes a very deep and soulful journey.
In addition to Henry Ian Cusick and Ever Carradine, FRANK VS. GOD stars Natalya Oliver, Brian Brightman, Ben Cohen and Michael Houston King. The film is produced by Alan Pruzan, Scott Schill, Jillian Stein, Jeff Merriman-Cohen and Daniel Springen. Music by Jonathan Beard. Cinematography by Stephen Campbell. A BBA Studios production in association with Valencia Motion Pictures, FRANK VS. GOD is distributed by Random Media. The film has a running time of 1 hour, 40 minutes and is not rated.