"Show Me the Father" (2021) is an inspirational documentary that focuses on why fathers or father figures are strategic in one's life. While it was directed by 'no-name' Rick Altizer, it was produced by the Kendrick brothers, Alex and Stephen, known for inspiring dramas like "War Room" (2015) and "Fireproof" (2008).
There are naturally a few motivational speakers or preachers, such as the genuine Tony Evans. The story covering Deland McCullough and his mentor Sherman Smith is particularly noteworthy; not so much at first maybe, but stick around for the last act and there's a serious 'wow' factor.
Speaking of the climax, it's driven home how many people, especially men, are walking around like the living dead, hampered by an invisible curse that weighs them down. The flick effectively informs about receiving the blessing of the heavenly Father and moving forward with faith, hope and love.
Like me, it'll probably prompt you to look back at your life and connect the pieces, answering questions, not to mention reignite the fire of motivation.
The film runs 1 hour, 31 minutes.