Praised as “smart, sassy and rewarding” by the New York Times, Oblivion examines the nature of belief in the 21st century, through the lens of one family’s interactions. Brooklynites Pam and Dixon take great pride in their secular humanist approach to parenting. But when their 16-year-old daughter, Julie, decides to become a Christian, their laid-back, open-minded facade comes crashing down.
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