Father Max Levanie
A parish priest that exercises buildings finds himself on another mission of annoying and annihilating the mafia before taking on the underworld along side Michael the archangel and a host of heavenly warrior angels in eliminating hell’s opposition too. More
Father max Levanie is a parish priest with an additional ministry of exorcising buildings. This practice of exorcism leaves him in the bad books of the bishop, but God intervenes. It’s also at this point in time that Max Levanie decides to take a vacation which he feels is long over due despite God’s intension. It’s also a trip that momentarily leaves Max Levanie unprepared of the events that creep up on him as he makes his journey to a friend’s house.
However, the visit to his friend is short as God zaps Max from a warm shower into a cold shower under a water fall on a secluded island. Here Max meets Michael the archangel again just before Gods appears with instructions.
Max is sent back and finds himself with an apprentice who must assist him in dealing with the mafia. Under Gods grace Max is himself again but typically humorous in his ways. As with the exorcisms it’s a mild to explosive action combination display from Max.
After defeating the mafia God zaps Max into battle into the underworld along side Michael the Archangel as they descend into hell. A host of heavenly warrior angels in chariots also accompany them. With swords and earthly weapons creating that explosive action keeping the audience entertained along with continues humour Max and Michael battle it out on blazing fields. Eventually, after an exhausting fight the opposition is defeated. Max and Michael the archangel appear back on earth amongst man kind. Now, after such a fight with a friend, Max is keen to have Michael around even more but God summons Michael but before Michael disappears Max is assured that he will always have companions around him.
This comedy briefly touches on morals/principals of God and man in a way without sacrificing the humorous side of the story line.
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