The Man Who Sued God2001

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The Man Who Sued God
Directed by:
Mark Joffe

Starring Billy Connolly, Judy Davis, Colin Friels, Wendy Hughes, Bille Brown and John Howard, "The Man Who Sued God" is 2001 Comedy/Drama film directed by Mark Joffe.

Who is the director of "The Man Who Sued God":

The Man Who Sued God was directed by Mark Joffe, a Russian director, and producer.

Before making The Man Who Sued God, Mark Joffe had directed The MatchMaker, released in 1997, Cosi (1996), Spotswood (1992), Grievous Bodily Harm (1988), Watch the Shadows Dance (1987).

Who is at the casting of "The Man Who Sued God":

At the casting of The Man Who Sued God we find Billy Connolly, previously seen in An Everlasting Piece (2000) and Beautiful Joe (2000); Judy Davis (Gaudi Afternoon (2001), Celebrity (1998)); Colin Friels (Dark City (1998), Cosi (1996)) [ more... ]

  • Colin Friels, Bille Brown, Vincent Ball, Tim Robertson, Peter Whitford and Josephine Byrnes also worked together in Black and White, released in 2002.
  • Bille Brown, Peter Whitford, Josephine Byrnes and Andrea Moore also appeared in Oscar and Lucinda, released in 1997.
  • Judy Davis, Wendy Hughes and Peter Whitford have all also be seen in My Brilliant Career, released in 1979.
  • Judy Davis, Colin Friels and Tim Robertson also appeared in Kangaroo, released in 1986.
  • Peter Whitford and Colin Friels, Wendy Hughes also worked together in Warm Nights on a Slow Moving Train, released in 1988.
  • Vincent Ball, Tim Robertson and Peter Whitford also appeared in Phar Lap, released in 1983.

What is the Storyline of "The Man Who Sued God":

Advocate Steve Myers, a disillusioned lawyer who becomes fed-up with the perceived corruption within the judicial system. He quits the law business and buys a small fishing boat and takes up fishing for a living. His fishing boat is struck by lightning and explodes into pieces, burns and sinks. He informs his insurance company, which reviews and then subsequently declines his claim on the grounds that it is not liable as his fishing boat was destroyed due to an 'Act of God'. Frustrated that his claim is [...]

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