In a country that's premised on secularism, can people's identity be chalked down to a single religion? The short film seems to suggest it can be indeed, but in quite an unpredictable manner.
The strengths of One Faith are several - from elegant visuals to smooth transitions, from adept writing to its inability to hold the viewer's attention. The narrative also earns full points for having an endearing twist at the end. The short film thus becomes a wholesome product to be consumed on a gloomy day to rekindle your faith in mankind's ability to be kind, make friends, and above all, not take things too seriously.