The Non-existant Defendant

An interesting dilemma, presented in a most interesting way!

A fisherman played by Billy Connolly successfully challenges the right of insurance companies to refuse payment for a destroyed boat on the common legal exemption clause of an Act of God. In a suit against the world’s religious institutions as God’s representatives on Earth, the religious institutions are faced with the dilemma of either having to state God does not exist to uphold the legal principle, or being held liable for damages caused by Acts of God (retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawsuits…). I would like to see the whole film…

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