Spiritual thrillers are few and far between on the big and small screens these days, but screenwriter, director and radio personality Russ Parr believes God gave him a story to tell with the film “Hear No Evil.”

The new film will give audiences a unique approach to faith, when a 15-year-old hearing impaired girl named Shelby Carson suddenly gains the ability to hear after an unexpected accident. Although she’s no longer forced to hear silence because of her disability, she begins to hear messages from God that reveal more than she bargains for about her loved ones and strangers.

When Shelby begins to get acquainted with her new auditory sense, she’s forced to battle the burden of knowing people’s secrets, health issues and unbelief. Parr, the film’s writer and director, has a personal spiritual journey that prompted him to write “Hear No Evil.” While he created films such as the popular “35 & Ticking,” and faith-based drama “The Undershepherd,” “Hear No Evil” was birthed out of a situation that strengthened his own belief in God.

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