Kevin is a hard-working 40-something man who is having a very bad day.
His boss sent him home early, dissatisfied with his work. His wife is mad at him, upset about a disagreement over bills. And now a vehicle has crashed into him in traffic, totaling his SUV and nearly killing him in the process.
Fortunately for Kevin, an individual is on the scene of the wreck to check on his health.
Unfortunately, though, that individual has ulterior motives and other-worldly powers. This person -- the "Benefactor" -- has transported Kevin to another world where goodness and kindness are rare. It's a dystopian realm where the Benefactor almost always gets his way -- and where Kevin's wife and his friends don't exist.
"They didn't go anywhere. You did," the Benefactor says.
This Satan-like Benefactor has the power to move people -- to "shift" them -- from one world to another. Even crazier: there are multiple realities in the Benefactor's multiverse -- and multiple Kevins.
The Benefactor offers Kevin power and fame. The catch? Kevin will never see his wife again.
What will Kevin do?
The new faith-based movie The Shift (PG-13) tells the fantastical, science-fiction story of Kevin, the Benefactor, and Kevin's wife, Molly.
Here are four things you should know about it:
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