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Rust (I) (2010)

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A former pastor who walked away from his calling returns to his small hometown to discover that a mysterious fire tragically struck a local family. When he learns that his childhood friend ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Moore
Frank Gall ...
Glen Moore
Lloyd Warner ...
Travis Wexler
Audrey Lynn Tennent ...
Mary Moore (as Audrey Tennant)
Kirsten Collins ...
John Hutchinson ...
Pastor Barrow
Chesney Caswell ...
Judith Davies ...
Ms. Wexler
Cavan Cunningham ...
Pastor Barrow (50 Years Old)
Mike Kernahan ...
Ryder Debreceni ...
Nolan Hubbard ...
Gerald Lenton-Young ...
Brad Kearns ...
Ed Beaujot


A former pastor who walked away from his calling returns to his small hometown to discover that a mysterious fire tragically struck a local family. When he learns that his childhood friend is implicated in starting the fire, he sets out on a mission to find the truth?.and in the process, rediscovers his faith. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for thematic material, some disturbing images, smoking and mild language | See all certifications »




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2010 (Canada)  »

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Rust  »

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CAD 250,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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James Moore: John, I've prayed, I've begged, I've gone to my knees, I've read and re-read the Scriptures until my eyes want to fall off my face and... just nothing. No answers. Nothing.
Pastor Barrow: But a lot of questions.
James Moore: It just doesn't make sense.
Pastor Barrow: What is it that doesn't make sense?
James Moore: Any of it. Anything. Everything. Everything that's happening in the world. It's... this thing with Travis; this terrible thing that he's done; will somebody, please somebody, somebody explain to me what's going on. John, every day I look ...
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14 March 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Grabbed this movie last night from one of the last remaining DVD-rental places on earth, I'm assuming. Although I wasn't a big Corbin Bernsen fan during his LA LAW days - ick - I love what he's become since: so much more lovely and thoughtful and scruffy and manly:) I figured this movie would be sweet & raw & real based on the cover's synopsis and knowing it was filmed in small-town Canada (as a cynical Canadian, I even cringed a bit in anticipation of small-town Saskatchewan acting skills to come), but I really wasn't expecting the beautiful little movie which softly enthralled us for those 2 hours.

The story unfolds gently - so imperceptibly - that you wonder if there IS a point to the film. But unfold it does, under the guidance of some really brilliant acting by the locals recruited within the community where they were filming. Of course we were especially blown away by the eerily genius acting chops of Lloyd Warner's Travis - gobsmacked, we were - but we were equally impressed by the actors playing Corbin's sister and father. No reason why non-actors shouldn't be able to 'act', but still...amazing.

SOooo refreshing to just watch a movie with a cast of genuine people (lumps, wrinkles, awkward pauses and all) and a plot line of such understated importance. Great work.

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