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The Confessional (2009)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Crime | 16 October 2009 (USA)
A disturbed sculptor assumes the identity of a small town priest and designs a game of divine madness for a unsuspecting town.
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Leonard
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Brenda
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Robert
Noah Maschan ...
Jack
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Detective Mullens
Blaed Spence ...
Lydia Cross
Joe Carrig ...
Mr. Alder
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Mrs. Jenson
Kurt Paul ...
Mr. Jenson
Judith Sims ...
Nadine
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Father Quinn
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Sheriff
Jay Jacobus ...
Father Collins
Bob Wood ...
Dr. John
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Sister Carlyle
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A disturbed sculptor assumes the identity of a small town priest and designs a game of divine madness for a unsuspecting town.

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Somewhere between Divine Destiny and Madness lies the Truth See more »


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$800,000 (estimated)

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$2,400 (USA) (29 October 2009)
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Robert: Have you notice anything strange lately?
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Followed by A Gift from God See more »

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Creepy!
27 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film had everything I could hope for - creepiness, comedy, and crime! (Any film that has someone taking a shovel to the face is OK in my book...I hope this film gets picked up and goes into wide release soon - it takes a theme used in dramas in the past (childhood innocence subjected to the twisted motivations of a sick and demented authority figure - this time in the guise of a Catholic priest - and lets us, the viewers, see the fallout some 30 years later when we see the child as a man, trapped by motivations that are beyond his control (or are they??). Remember people, you are what you eat - "Soup is strength!" - and if you don't know what I'm talking about, that means you haven't seen the film yet - a situation that you must rectify upon the release of this film!


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