Religion in Brazil in 2027 is a little strange. Raves, drive-through churches and group sex sessions are all part and parcel of the evangelical Christian group Divino Amor. Joana works as a civil servant, processing divorces – but instead, she tries to convince the divorcing couples to remain together. She draws them into the arms of Divino Amor, which encourages sexual therapy as a means to renew the marital spark. Meanwhile, Joana's greatest desire is a child, and despite her prayers and repeated attempts, she is unable to conceive. But an unexpected miracle leads to cynicism and hypocrisy, rather than joy. An unsettling, futuristic look at faith and sexuality, Divine Love is wildly imaginative, visually spectacular and entrancing, with a sharp political edge.