God’s Time is a film that follows a day in the life of three recovering addicts who are part of a 12-step program. Dev (Ben Groh) and Luca (Dion Costelloe) are best friends who have a secret crush on Regina (Liz Caribel), a fellow addict who is about to relapse. They decide to intervene and save her from herself, but their plan goes awry as they encounter various obstacles and temptations along the way.
The film is a comedy that balances humor and drama, with sharp dialogue and quirky characters. The film also tackles serious issues such as addiction, recovery, friendship, and romance, without being preachy or sentimental. The film has a frenetic pace and energy that keeps the audience engaged and entertained.
The film’s main strength is the chemistry between the three leads, who deliver natural and charismatic performances. They make us care about their struggles and root for their happiness. The supporting cast is also good, especially Christiane Seidel as Sydney, a sassy sponsor who helps Dev and Luca with their mission.
God’s Time is not a flawless film. It has some clichés, some unrealistic situations, and some abrupt transitions. It also may not appeal to everyone’s taste or sensibility. But it is a fun and refreshing film that offers a different perspective on addiction and love.