A collection of personal accounts and stories of people living with fatal food allergies.
God’s in the Garage is an explorative documentary about the challenges that musicians who are involved in Christian churches face as they struggle between their faith and their artistry. The audience follows Colorado Springs musician Brian Wight as he decides between a comfortable lifestyle through a church job and his artistry, with Colorado and Seattle artists weaving thoughts and music throughout.
The film follows Halim, a Middle Eastern immigrant working as a taxi driver in America. He is in love with a woman, Rosemary, whom he hardly knows but often watches through her living room window. Halim finally gets a call to drive Rosemary, but it is to a bad neighborhood in town. There, he witnesses her get stabbed and drives her to the hospital. This brings on a torturous night alone before he returns to the hospital ready to profess his love, only to find that she is engaged.