‘Blue Like Jazz’ film aims to be Christian, not ‘cheesy’

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(RNS) Do not confuse the film "Blue Like Jazz" with Christian movies like "Fireproof" or "Courageous." "We wanted to show that movies about the faith struggle that millions of Americans deal with don't have to be cheesy," says Donald Miller, the Christian author whose book of the same name was adapted for the big screen. By Rebecca Cusey. 800.

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