The Song Man

DVD Release: January 2, 2009
The Song Man
Dove "Family-Approved"
For Ages 12 and Over


David, a down and out musician, discovers a plot to kill him before he inherits his late father’s company. Forced out onto the street hi is taken by Samuel, Sunny and Butch, a homeless man and his kids who shelter and protect him. As he writes songs about his situation he is unaware that he has become worldwide sensation as people follow his music and spiritual journey.

Dove Review

A movie about one man’s passion to sing over the inherited company of his father. In this young man’s search, he finds a different path he never expected. One filled with new friends that lead him down the path of the Lord and foiling the plot to kill him.

Sometimes we all need a little help to see the importance of making changes in our life. An interesting movie with a little humor mixed in. Dove awards the Dove “Family-Approved” seal for ages 12 and over.

Content Description

Language: God, Jesus both used in reverence;
Violence: Couple argue; Plot to kill a man; Woman steals man's money, Men with guns; Man shoots gun by accident; Men put nylon stocking over face, Woman threatens to beat up a man; Man hits another on head and puts him into truck of car; Man punches another
Drugs: Man smoking cigar in bar
Nudity: None
Other: Comments regarding being Jewish; Comment about being Jesus freaks and making fun of "Jesus stuff", Teaching a person how to pray; Discussions regarding relationship with God


Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
Source: Video
Company: Yeshuateinu Co.
Director: Trevor Smith
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 89 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated