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Something, Anything


  1. Directed by: Paul Harrill
  2. Produced by: Ashley Maynor
    Ross K. Bagwell Sr.
    Dee Bagwell Haslam
  3. Written by: Paul Harrill
  4. Music by: Eric V. Hachikian
  5. Cinematography by: Kunitaro Ohi
  6. Editing by: Jennifer Lilly
  7. Release Date: 2014
  8. Running Time: 88
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

Margaret’s salvation comes through a synchronicity of awakenings: The moment her husband’s disordered priorities are exposed, with painful consequences. The moment her friendships are revealed as relationships of convenience, enabling lives of self-centeredness and denial. The moment she participates in workplace corruption. She begins to see how her own life has been shaped by peer pressure. She discovers contemplation and the rewards of mystery. She feels the spark of an authentic self in the solitude of a monastery. The sun rises on a world of greater uncertainty and even greater joys. Her future might be a rich and meaningful life, beyond the prisons of conformity and economic compromise, and within the risks of intimacy, trust, and service. Paul Harrill has crafted a quiet, poetic, and inspiring story of a woman’s escape from a marriage and a community built on lies, masks, and materialism into a more dangerous—and more human—experience of faith, risk, humility, and love.

—Jeffrey Overstreet


  1. Directed by: Paul Harrill
  2. Produced by: Ashley Maynor
    Ross K. Bagwell Sr.
    Dee Bagwell Haslam
  3. Written by: Paul Harrill
  4. Music by: Eric V. Hachikian
  5. Cinematography by: Kunitaro Ohi
  6. Editing by: Jennifer Lilly
  7. Release Date: 2014
  8. Running Time: 88
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

Margaret’s salvation comes through a synchronicity of awakenings: The moment her husband’s disordered priorities are exposed, with painful consequences. The moment her friendships are revealed as relationships of convenience, enabling lives of self-centeredness and denial. The moment she participates in workplace corruption. She begins to see how her own life has been shaped by peer pressure. She discovers contemplation and the rewards of mystery. She feels the spark of an authentic self in the solitude of a monastery. The sun rises on a world of greater uncertainty and even greater joys. Her future might be a rich and meaningful life, beyond the prisons of conformity and economic compromise, and within the risks of intimacy, trust, and service. Paul Harrill has crafted a quiet, poetic, and inspiring story of a woman’s escape from a marriage and a community built on lies, masks, and materialism into a more dangerous—and more human—experience of faith, risk, humility, and love.

—Jeffrey Overstreet

Margaret’s salvation comes through a synchronicity of awakenings: The moment her husband’s disordered priorities are exposed, with painful consequences. The moment her friendships are revealed as relationships of convenience, enabling lives of self-centeredness and denial. The moment she participates in workplace corruption. She begins to see how her own life has been shaped by peer pressure. She discovers contemplation and the rewards of mystery. She feels the spark of an authentic self in the solitude of a monastery. The sun rises on a world of greater uncertainty and even greater joys. Her future might be a rich and meaningful life, beyond the prisons of conformity and economic compromise, and within the risks of intimacy, trust, and service. Paul Harrill has crafted a quiet, poetic, and inspiring story of a woman’s escape from a marriage and a community built on lies, masks, and materialism into a more dangerous—and more human—experience of faith, risk, humility, and love.

—Jeffrey Overstreet


  1. Directed by: Paul Harrill
  2. Produced by: Ashley Maynor
    Ross K. Bagwell Sr.
    Dee Bagwell Haslam
  3. Written by: Paul Harrill
  4. Music by: Eric V. Hachikian
  5. Cinematography by: Kunitaro Ohi
  6. Editing by: Jennifer Lilly
  7. Release Date: 2014
  8. Running Time: 88
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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