Even the controversial A+E "Duck Dynasty" show protagonist (Willie Robertson), which originates from the Louisiana swamps, appears; imdb indicates that is really him.
The idea of "complementarity" as based in scripture is important in one particularly troubling sense: pure logic alone ("Nietzche") would not guarantee every human a right to life. That seems to need to be faith-based somewhat. (Without the faith, there is always a risk of slipping to things that Hitler, Stalin and other tyrants have done, capturing whole cultures.) But (as the film shows, with the backstories) providing that right in a sustainable manner costs others something sometimes. It requires some kind of political, social and personal commitment to work.
Note the book review ("The ghost at the athiests' feast: Was Nietzche right about religion?) by John Gray in the New Statesman, of "The Age of Nothing: How We Sought to Live Since the Death of God" by Peter Watson, and of "Culture and the Death of God" by Terry Eagleton , link here. Time Magazine has a followup to its own April 8, 1966 "God Is Dead" cover here, and we have to remember the movie "Rosemary's Baby" (novel by Ira Levin) that alluded to this idea that year.