“Radim’d” is a film you won’t forget: it grows more important each time you see it. A loose-living, would-be football star growing up in Communist-dominated Czechoslovakia becomes one of the most influential businessmen in Central Europe. Penniless at age 24, he swept the streets of Prague. Today his investment company, PasserInvest, owns some of those same streets on which high-rise corporate office buildings house world brands—Microsoft, UniCredit, and HP—and he gives all the credit to God. “Radim’d” is filled with moments of both heart-stopping pain and personal triumph—great losses and great accomplishments. Through it all, you see how one man’s vision to share his faith is changing his neighborhood and his city.