I recently watched a 1991 movie called The Rapture, which is currently in rotation on the Independent Film Channel (IFC). It stars Mimi Rogers and then-bit actor David Duchovny, both of whom later starred in The X-Files.
Rogers' character is a bored telephone information operator who at night is an equally bored sexual swinger. When bicycle-riding, suit-wearing young men knock on her door one day, she is led into a "born again" life as a zombified Christian who worries about the eternal salvation of her friends, the 411-callers she talks to every day, and her "friend with benefits" Duchovny, only to lose her faith just before the Rapture occurs. On one level, the film is deep and dark; on another level, it's strikingly ridiculous. It's worth a look, even if it's just to laugh at Duchovny with a mullet haircut.
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