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The Least of These (2008)

A priest returns to his old Catholic high school to replace a priest who has gone missing, only to begin to suspect that the missing priest may have been murdered by someone at the school to hide a darker secret.

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Father Andre James
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Father William Jennings
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Parker Remy
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Jason Boyd
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Father Thomas Peters
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Father Alfred McKavee
John Bain ...
Eddie
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Fritz
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Travis
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Patrick
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Detective Crowe
Traber Burns ...
Bishop Anderson
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News Reporter
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Mark Roberts
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Stephen
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Andre James, an African-American priest with a troubled past, returns to his old Catholic boarding school to replace another priest who has disappeared, but when he begins to suspect that the priest he replaced may have been murdered by someone at the school, he embarks on a quest to discover the truth, only to uncover a darker secret as he is forced to confront his own dark past. Written by Nathan Scoggins

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2 August 2011 (USA)  »

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I Guds händer  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Familiar story, excellently delivered.
3 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You wont find any surprises in the plot. It's a story that's been done many times over, some successfully, most not so much. But, what makes this one stand out as successful is the excellent acting by the recognizable older faces, as well as the young actors. Shot, scored, and directed very simply, the locations and music add perfect compliment to the casually paced yet not slow story progression. Job well done by the director, composer and cinematographer, for not letting their own visions overshadow a movie that rightfully is about the characters. This is by no means a happy movie, but despite the heavy storyline, you will find yourself with a smile as the credits begin to roll, a smile that feels organic, not forced. Fine movie making.


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