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A Distant Thunder (2005)

Things are not always as they seem, especially when entering the halls of a desperate mind. Ann Brown is a prosecutor with the DA's office. On the surface, she appears to be a powerful, ... See full summary »

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Ann Brown
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Tom Condan
Peter Renaday ...
Harold Shenson
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Sarah Brown
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Linda
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Judge Albertson
Terry Brown ...
Frank
David Emma ...
Dr. Lavin
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Susan
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Bailiff
Joanne Takahashi ...
Jennifer
Ethan Wilson ...
Demonic Man
Steven I. Schafer ...
Elevator Man
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Crosswalk Man #1
Zeke Rettman ...
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Things are not always as they seem, especially when entering the halls of a desperate mind. Ann Brown is a prosecutor with the DA's office. On the surface, she appears to be a powerful, successful woman who knows what path she is on. However, inside she is fighting desperately to keep her fragile sanity from unraveling. Following a controversial win in a double-homicide trial that is sure to set a new precedence, Ann is offered a murder case from her superior, Harold Shenson. This case will challenge everything she holds sacred and believes to be true. Uncertain at first whether to accept the assignment, a harrowing encounter with Defense Attorney Tom Condan, convinces her to meet the challenge. During the process, Ann discovers that in this particular case, once again, things are not as they appear. The deeper she investigates, the grayer the line becomes between reality and her tormenting delusions, until she encounters an evil force as unnerving as it is foreboding. As terrifying ... Written by Anonymous

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A creative movie about confused morality
17 February 2006 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

A Distant Thunder uses fiction to portray the very real problem that our society seems to accept as normal, partial-birth abortion, Dilation and Extraction (D & X.) I recommend this short film for all and especially for youth groups, but suggest it be previewed by leaders before group showings in order to develop responses to questions that your audiences will have. The Bonus Tracks, interviews with Principal members of the production, may be necessary to resolve questions of your own and will assist in leading discussion about A Distant Thunder.

Because of the powerful theme of this movie, I suggest that it not be shown to unsupervised children or youth.


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