A sheltered Texas young man from a strict Christian background gets a crash course in secular life after enrolling in Reed College and encountering people who question reality on a daily basis. Nineteen-year-old Don (Marshall Allman) was feeling suffocated by religion when he impulsively set his sights on the Pacific Northwest. Subsequently thrust into a world where faith takes a back seat to creativity and impulsiveness, Don struggles tirelessly to fit in while realizing that the only way to truly be sure in his beliefs is to test each and every one of them.
Region 1 Note: Audio Commentary with Author Donald Miller, Cinematographer Ben Pearson and Director Steve Taylor Making Blue Like Jazz Master Class: Directing Actors on Set Deleted Shots Photo Gallery "Save Blue Like Jazz" Featurette "The Cast" Featurette "The Animator" Featurette "This Is My Story" Featurette "The Music" Featurette Theatrical Trailer
Widescreen - 1.78 Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo - English Dolby Digital 5.1 - English Subtitles - English, Spanish