The founding of the Pentecostal faith is explored in this documentary profiling charismatic pastor William J. Seymour. In the early 20th century, the African-American preacher was ejected from his parish for encouraging the practice of speaking in tongues. Relocating his following to a dilapidated Los Angeles building, Seymour's "Azusa Street Revival" inspired the growth of other denominations devoted to the controversial form of worship. 54 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English stereo; art gallery; audio commentary; bonus footage.