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God's Waiting List (2006)

A gritty, heartfelt drama about a brother and sister who both start out with the American Dream of running their own business and being successful. Teresa goes about this dream in a good ... See full summary »

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Solomon Corbin
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Teresa Corbin
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Rachel Shelley (as Nian Aster)
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Beryl
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A gritty, heartfelt drama about a brother and sister who both start out with the American Dream of running their own business and being successful. Teresa goes about this dream in a good way, meaning she works hard and treats people right. Her brother, Solomon, is a hustler who borrows money from loan sharks to open a music store. When he doesnt pay, the sharks come after him, but it's his sister who ends up in a wheelchair. She doesn't know it was her brother's fault. The film follows how Solomon descends on a downward spiral while losing faith in everything, while Teresa becomes a stronger person as her faith increases. She eventually learns it was his fault, and they must come to terms and make amends. Written by Andrea J Loney

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Life Will Bring You Down. Hope Will Carry You.

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29 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A powerful story made more impressive with its strong acting writing and directing. Strories about God and faith can find themselves walking a fine line. Being either too preachy or too mocking. This movie has found the perfect balance. God's Waiting List is one of those films which not only exists as entertainment but is also thought provoking. You are caught up in these characters because of how real they feel. Nobody is bad, they're just a victim of their circumstances. You are always rooting for all of them to succeed. The film also has some wonderful humor. Kudos to director Dwayne Adler and writer, co-star Nian Aster for creating such a strong film. With so many shallow films being released these days, it's nice to see them reaching to achieve more. Keep and eye on these two.


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