A peculiar miracle binds together a pregnant nun in 1960s Ireland and a West Texas gas station attendant 25 years later. Eli Powers writes and directs “Holy Moses,” a stark fable told in two parts about a pair of individuals forced to reckon with what they have witnessed, and what it all means. It begins at a remote convent in Northern Ireland where the devout Mary feels something strange coming on but doesn’t know what it is. One day in a snowy field, she experiences a metaphysical incident involving a cow; many years later, a gas station attendant in Texas named Justice finds himself on the other end of this unexplainable event. An ambitious mood piece that taps into timeless doubts and mysteries of God-fearing people, it’s a film filled with a creeping unease (though not without some encroaching self-aware humor), it’s nailed down by a wealth of evocative visuals and great performances from Amanda Seyfriend and Philip Ettinger, who also both starred in 2017’s “First Reformed,” directed by Paul Schrader. [Watch on YouTube]. (15 minutes). Written and directed by Eli Powers. Starring Amanda Seyfried, Philip Ettinger, Thomas Sadoski, and Dan Bakkedahl. Director of Photography 'NY UNIT' - Jordan Hall. Director of Photography 'LA UNIT' - Aidan Sheldon. Executive Producer: Amanda Seyfried. Producer: Thaddeus Bouska. Editor: Colin Smith.