Occam's Razor is best known as the notion that for any given phenomenon, its cause is generally the most likely (and simplistic) one. In Jerome's Razor, John Swon imbues Occam's Razor with a message about God (which may very well be historically true, but which I've certainly never heard), and presumably gives his main character Jerome (Marcus Edward) his own adaptation of this theory as well.
Simplicity is hardly at the heart of this unfortunately-titled film, though, as we find our young hero looking for meaning in his life. After watching the film, I can't tell you if he found it or not. For 40 minutes he's living a miserable life at a generic corporation and finds his co-worker girlfriend unable to commit. So he heads out on an impromptu road trip and spends an hour on a mountaintop with a ragtag bunch of mountain climbers/amateur philosophers. When one of them falls to his death, Jerome leads the bunch to, well, to the end credits.
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