God on the Street is a love story about how a broken heart can lead to a spiritual awakening.
A woman travels across the country asking strangers to describe their most intimate relationship—that with God. She sets out to capture diverse perspectives about everyday spirituality, and ends up documenting a journey that entirely transforms her own life.
While seeking, she meets taxi drivers and teachers, veterans, accountants, atheists and artists. Together, their stories create a path of radical compassion that leads her to overcome her deepest fears. Each chance encounter is an opportunity to practice giving and receiving love.
An extremely intimate and entirely universal movie, God on the Street shows us that we can choose to experience life as beautiful, even the ugly, painful parts. This is filmmaking as spiritual practice. The movie inspires the audience to pay attention, follow the signs, and be open to possibility.