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A City Called Heaven (1998)

| Comedy | 1998 (USA)
Sister Glen Moore's dying wishes include a eulogy by Jesse Jackson; a spiritual delivered by "the big opera star," Benita Cross; and a final face-to-face with her estranged mother, the ... See full summary »

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Ed Brown ...
Man Holding Betty
Linette Hardie ...
Gertrude Hudson
Gerald Orange ...
Reverend Dexter
Victor Orange ...
Rodney McQueen
Wanda Sanders ...
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Lorene Spain ...
Benita Cross
Phalana Tiller ...
Dell
Omkari Williams ...
Glenn Moore
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Sister Glen Moore's dying wishes include a eulogy by Jesse Jackson; a spiritual delivered by "the big opera star," Benita Cross; and a final face-to-face with her estranged mother, the redoubtable Mrs. Gerturde Hudson. Reverend Dexter, of Brooklyn's New Canaan Church, must rely on his full reserves of wisdom, patience and heavenly guidance to negotiate the late sister's exquisitely orchestrated funeral and the little secret that she carries with her to the grave... Written by Beau Gillespie

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A serious comedy about gospel, gender and going home.

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