In 1999, a young Jeremy left for California to go to college and continue his education.
On the night of his arrival at the college, he goes to watch the concert of his favorite band. There he meets Jean-Luc, the band’s lead singer and guitarist, who soon falls in love with them.
After the concert, Jeremy meets a young girl named Melissa, who also attends Jeremy College and is a close friend of Jean-Luc.
Jeremy falls in love with Melissa at first sight, something that takes her personal and artistic life in a new and different direction.
“I Still Believe” is a romantic and religious drama based on the biography of American singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp.In this film, we are faced with a simple yet conceptually profound story.
In this film, the Ervin brothers tell the story in a completely realistic way, far from exaggeration and judgment.Beliefs and beliefs challenge human beings at different stages of life and every human being reacts differently to such challenges.
In this film, too, we see the impact of these beliefs on a person’s emotional life in a real way.It should be noted, however, that the main characters in this story are people of the Christian religion.But beliefs should by no means be considered a purely religious issue.
However, it should be said that the Ervin brothers cleverly and by personalizing the story have refused to ask such questions in their film.
By increasing the number of romantic and emotional scenes in the film, they have somehow prevented them from getting too involved in these issues.Perhaps it is this conservative view that has made it difficult for the film to accompany the audience.
This movie will probably be interesting and spectacular for Jeremy Camp fans. But is the film also interesting for those who are not familiar with him and his music?
This is a question that can hardly be answered in the affirmative. In a movie, with the exception of one or two deep and emotional scenes that impress you, the rest of the movie is not unlike teen movies and series.