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Inspired by the real life story of salesman-turned-pastor Michael Spurlock, the film shines a light on a pastor who was told to close down his tiny, rundown church and instead ended up serving as the host for refugees from Burma in southeast Asia.
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Faith-based drama has pro-refugee message.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that All Saints is a faith-based drama inspired by a true story of an Episcopalian priest (John Corbett) who saves a struggling congregation with the help of a group of refugees from Myanmar. There's little iffy content in the movie, except for one scene in which a police officer strikes a pastor who's trying to keep a misunderstanding from getting out of control. And there are a couple of conversations in which refugees briefly describe the harrowing conditions they endured (torture, rape, murder, isolation). Language is tame and limited to "sucks," and insults like "shut your pie hole." Viewers of faith will appreciate the movie's messages about trusting in God, helping brothers and sisters in Christ, and so forth, and all audiences will spark to the story's themes of teamwork, friendship, and generosity.
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- Genre:Drama, Family
- Release Date:August 23, 2017
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD