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The Imposter (2008)

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The Imposter deals with the lifestyle and subsequent breakdown of a Christian Rock singer to be played by Kevin Max. As much as an inside look into the Christian music industry, The ... See full summary »

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Kevin Max ...
Johnny C
Kerry Livgren ...
Proff
Jeff Deyo ...
James
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Popeye
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Tara
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Meredith Mauldin ...
Sydney
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Frank
Jackson Doyle ...
Chad
Mike Harville ...
Bear
Gregg Hedtke ...
Brian
Bradly Prakope ...
Phil
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Annette Algoso ...
Concert Fan
Paul Braoudakis ...
Water Man
Dillon Burroughs ...
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The Imposter deals with the lifestyle and subsequent breakdown of a Christian Rock singer to be played by Kevin Max. As much as an inside look into the Christian music industry, The Imposter is also a story of redemption and self-discovery. Written by Serendipitous Films

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Excellent movie!
1 June 2009 | by (Burleson, Texas) – See all my reviews

I really loved this movie! So good to see quality films that focus on the value systems that I hold to, without sacrificing entertainment. This is solid Christian film-making. I enjoyed that I could watch an entertaining movie that captured my attention and I didn't have to worry about my kids being in the same room. But at the same time, it dealt with real life scenarios that I could relate to and understand as opposed to being light "Christian" topics. We need more of this in the film industry.

Very well written and directed. The characters are believable and you find yourself engrossed in the story line. Looking forward to more like this from Serendipitous!


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