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Hidden Secrets (2006)

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A young man finds himself torn between his current girlfriend and an old flame at a funeral of friend where lifestyles and attitudes clash over a long weekend in this faith-based dramedy.

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A young man finds himself torn between his current girlfriend and an old flame at a funeral of friend where lifestyles and attitudes clash over a long weekend in this faith-based dramedy.

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Anthony DeMeo: We should put Sherry's roof on for her tomorrow.
Jeremy Evans: What? You can't be serious.
Harold Mirfin: You know what, I think he's growing up. There was a time in Anthony's life when he'd show up to a house and the roof would come off.
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The Good Life
Written by Chris Rodriguez, Rachael Lampa and Tommy Sims
Performed by Rachael Lampa
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Broken people working through issues
18 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

I agree with Pat Chris. This was probably the finest Christian film I've ever seen. I was so involved with the real life circumstances that I didn't even bother to critique the film-making.

It's real life movie making. Outstanding. I hope I see many more like it.

In hindsight, the structure of the "working out" of the issues weren't as fluid or as realistic as one would hope to see, but there's only so much time in a movie and they did what could with what they had.

I heartily recommend it to anyone who wants to see "reality" in Christian film-making yet without the unnecessary garbage of inappropriateness. I have added it to my collection.

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I've seen the movie a couple more times and its weaknesses are a bit more evident, but nevertheless, the acting overall was quite good and the messages in the movie are so practical and just as importantly, it doesn't have that "lame Christian movie" look and feel that so many have.

If you relate to that moniker, and would like to watch Christian movies that are a clear step above, then I think this will not disappoint.


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