Seeing Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus is like watching a documentary, attending a concert, seeing a feature film and reading a short story all at the same time. Beautifully shot and featuring gorgeous music, we'd classify the film as creative non-fiction. Filmmaker Andrew Douglas set out to approach what he says is a fundamental question -- why does so much music and writing come out of the south? But instead of sitting down with writers and musicians and asking them that question straight up, he frames his exploration of the question by sending alt-country artist Jim White to meet the rural south's inhabitants. White borrows a beat-up muscle car and sets out down dirt roads and one stoplight towns to visit a church, a bar, a prison, a coal mine, a diner and a few other destinations of the destitute.