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One Bad Cat
The Reverend Albert Wagner Story
Directed by Thomas G. Miller
He saved his Soul… One Painting at a Time.
Winner! Roxanne T. Mueller Audience Choice Award
Cleveland International Film Festival 2008
Winner! Best Documentary
Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2008
“Fresh, Direct & Discomforting” — NY Times
“Remarkably Candid, Compelling!” —Village Voice
“The Subject of Race is Right in the Viewers Face!” -Entertainment Weekly
“An Explosive, Important Work”—Nashville City Paper
Meet renowned outsider artist, Reverend Albert Wagner- outrageous and unforgettable. He has been a lightening rod for controversy his entire life. Miraculously transformed by religion at age 50, Albert was called by God to paint and used this gift to renounce a life of sin and inspire others. Albert’s paintings and sculptures punctuate the film and lend a unique lens as to how he views the world. Still, controversy surrounds the Reverend’s work, which at times provokes unexpected racial tension. Judge for yourself.... this ONE BAD CAT!