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Gospel Hill (2008)

A former Sheriff of the southern town dealing with past sins, and a former civil rights worker, withdrawn since the martyrdom of his brother thirty years before, confront a threat to their town.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Anna
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Sarah Malcolm
Casey Belville ...
Teasing White Boy
C.K. Bibby ...
Dr. Bob Owens (as Chuck Bibby)
Darlene Black ...
Nurse
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George
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Shirley Jones Bird ...
Grandmother
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Tommy Duncan
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L Donn Murray
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Dr. Palmer
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Miriam (President)
Jesse Gore ...
Calvin
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Storyline

Gospel Hill is about haunted men, the former Sheriff of the southern town dealing with past sins, and the former civil rights worker withdrawn since the martyrdom of his father thirty years before. Their final confrontation comes when a corporation descends on the town, echoing a struggle thirty years old. Written by Jeff Stacy

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Drama

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21 August 2009 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Palia misi  »

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$6,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Simon Baker was hired for the role of Carl Herrod, but had to bow out at the last minute, due to scheduling conflicts. His name was even advertised on pre-production billboards at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007. The part went to Adam Baldwin, eventually. See more »

Goofs

Samuel L. Jackson's character is called Paul Malcolm throughout the movie but the end credits list him as Peter Malcolm. See more »

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Amazing
10 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just had the pleasure of seeing this film at the Albuquerque Film Festival and have to say that I was severely impressed. I have not been moved by a film in this way for quite some time. The move this movie made away from the stereotypical negativity that can blanket this genre was a breath of fresh air. When you consider the short period of time taken to shoot this film(19 days)it becomes that much more of a wonder. Being that this is Giancarlo's first project as Director, I greatly look forward to his next. I also had the pleasure of hearing him speak about his vision for this movie at the festival after the viewing and I have to say that his intentions ring clear. I am a better person for having seen it.


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