French audiences are flocking to the cinema this holiday season. The big hit is an art house film that explores religion and spirituality. Of ï¿½Men and Godsï¿½ won the Grand Prize at this year's Cannes film festival. It's since become the most popular French art house film in the last thirty years. More than three million people have seen it. Anita Elash explores why a movie about God is so appealing in a resolutely secular country.