Sometimes a film leaves you with more questions than it answers — and not in that “Inception” mind-blowing sense. It’s more like: How did this get made, and why?
Those questions will be a common reaction to “The Jesus Music,” a film that preaches to the choir who love contemporary Christian music (CCM) by tracing the genre’s roots from the 1970s to the present day. Filmmaking brothers Jon and Andrew Erwin rely heavily on the artists to tell that story, with a few industry figures from co-producing partner K-LOVE and one historian, John Thompson, who offers mild critiques at times.
The Erwins’ approach works for inspirational biopics, likely including their flick on NFL great Kurt Warner, out this Christmas. Clearly, this documentary