Me Again (Movie)
Awarded the Dove Foundation's Family Seal of Approval with five out of five Doves and recommended for ages 12 and above, "Me Again" is a family faith-based comedy that is fun, heartfelt and enjoyable for all who see it.
From anyone's perspective, Rich Chaplin (David A.R. White) has all that any pastor and family man could ever want. The reality, though, is that he has lost sight of everything that matters the most, including his family. When he wishes for a life other than his own, he suddenly finds himself trapped within the lives of everyone his apathy has affected.
This unbelievable journey brings Rich to view life through the eyes of a diverse cast of characters including an elderly woman (Della Reese), a top fashion model (Logan White), his own wife (Ali Landry) – and even a goldfish! It might actually take an encounter with a strangely familiar angel (Bruce McGill) to help him realize that he is wasting his chance to love and impact the most important people in his life. Join Rich as he finds himself on a wild and hilarious ride that will change his life forever.
“David A.R. White has given us a highly imaginative and humorous movie here which features dramatic themes and ultimately hits a homerun. It is entertainment with a point. He directs and stars in the film and his character, Richard Chaplin, is a burned-out pastor at Christ Community Church whose marriage is unraveling. He wishes he could be anyone else rather than himself. David is in a lot of the movie and really nails the role and does a terrific job in giving us a fleshed-out character. He is totally funny when he winds up in the body of a woman and is seen in a leather skirt and panty hose. … Parents of mature kids under twelve may be fine with them viewing it.” – The Dove Foundation
About the Director
David A.R. White has been a working actor, director and producer in Los Angeles for over fifteen years. He was raised in a small Mennonite farming town outside of Dodge City, Kan.
In 1999 he produced and starred in his first feature length film, “The Moment After.” Early in 2006, he became a founding partner in the film distribution/production entity Pure Flix, which maintains its position as the No. 1 faith-based studio, producing and distributing more films in this genre than any other studio. In 2012 he created, produced and starred in the UP original film, “Brother White.” As an actor, he has starred in close to 20 films, including “SIX...the Mark Unleashed,” “The Moment After” (I and II,) “In the Blink of an Eye,” “Hidden Secrets,” “Holyman Undercover,” “Run On,” “Marriage Retreat,” “Me Again,” “Jerusalem Countdown,” “Revelation Road” and “God’s Not Dead.” White lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their three children.
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