July 27, 2012. (Romereports.com)
A documentary is raising a key question: How is one's faith lived out in different parts of the world?
The title of the French documentary translates to “There was once a Faith.” It's based on two friends who hop on their bikes and travel to some of the most remote corners of the world.
Their mission is to see how the world's 200 million persecuted Christians live.
They both explore how these people live out their religions. Despite having a totally different culture and background, they also have so much in common. The trip lasts 365 days. They go through Syria, Nepal and Thailand to show the situation of these Christians.
The film has been released in France. In Spain it hits theaters on September 7th and a version in English is on the works right now.
"Once upon a faith"