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Late One Night (2001)

Unrated | | Short, Drama
A Christian man stops at a diner late one night and is harassed by three factory workers. This movie presents a strong Christian message about life and eternity.

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Larry
Josh Gaffga ...
Jesus
Hugh McLean ...
Jackson
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Vince
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Mike, Larry's buddy
Sidney Horton ...
Street preacher
Jenna Bailey ...
Patty (as Jennifer Bailey)
Freddy l Robinson ...
Riley (as Freddy Robinson)
John Demers ...
Crenshaw (as Jonathon Demers)
Drew Harkey ...
Larry's father
Susie Allsbrook ...
Larry's mother
Patrick Hurley ...
Factory worker
C. Melissa Horne ...
Woman in club
Maria Christiano ...
Patty's friend
Jordan Christiano ...
Larry, Age 7
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A Christian man stops at a diner late one night and is harassed by three factory workers. This movie presents a strong Christian message about life and eternity. Written by ChristianFilms.com

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Short | Drama

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Christian Classic
18 June 2004 | by (Boise, Idaho) – See all my reviews

Dave Christiano came a long away from cheesy movies like "Crime of the Age". The film is incredibly powerful. Aside from the Christian message, the dialogue is crisp and fresh. The film moves quickly with believable characters and a good story line, as well as great performances by Gaffga and Heller.

Whether you like the message or not (and I do), it's a fine piece of film-making that brings home the power of God's mercy and grace with amazing clarity and unquestionable style. It should serve as an example to wannabe Independent filmmakers on how to do this right. As always the Christianos bring a passion to their work which is lacking in many commercialized "Christian films".


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