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Rust -- 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.
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Rust Los Angeles Special Screening Pictures
 (From Monsters and Critics. 13 December 2010, 5:16 AM, PST)

Exclusive: Corbin Bernsen Discusses Rust
 (From MovieWeb. 7 October 2010, 7:18 PM, PDT)

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  (in credits order)

Corbin Bernsen ... James Moore

Lorne Cardinal ... Duane
Frank Gall ... Glen Moore
Lloyd Warner ... Travis Wexler
Audrey Lynn Tennent ... Mary Moore (as Audrey Tennant)
Kirsten Collins ... Amanda
John Hutchinson ... Pastor Barrow
Chesney Caswell ... Loretta
Judith Davies ... Ms. Wexler
Cavan Cunningham ... Pastor Barrow (50 Years Old)
Mike Kernahan ... Perry
Ryder Debreceni ... Ian
Nolan Hubbard ... Drew
Gerald Lenton-Young ... Rick
Brad Kearns ... Ed Beaujot
Denise Singleton ... Janine
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hilary Bauche ... Teenager
Lacey Bauche ... Teenager

Graham Bell ... Earl Jackson
Margaret Duke ... Mrs. Barrow
Mark Edmonds ... Coach Johnson
Steven Greenbank ... Teenager
Adam Guider ... Travis (6 Years Old)
Troy Hakansson ... Travis (17 Years Old)
Erik Heuck ... James (17 Years Old)
Donna Jacobs ... Waitress

Shannon Jardine ... Paula Roggin
Dwayne Johnson ... Young Glen Moore
Oliver Kirk ... Teenager
Gayle Knutson ... P.D. Clerk
Angela Lamarch ... Moore Mother
Andrew Leicht ... Teenager
Duane Leicht ... Larry
Dana Lesiuk ... Lizzy Jackson
Michelle McKague ... Rick's Girlfriend
Sophie McLeod ... Mary (1 Year Old)
Holly Poirier ... Teenager
Lane Roth ... Home Run Hitter
Kenzie Storm ... Mary Moore (14 Years Old)
Abdul Teuw ... Orderly
Jordan Toth ... Teenager
Jesse Twietmeyer ... Scott
Alex Weeding ... Pearse Older Son
Bethan Weeding ... Pearse Daughter
Christina Weeding ... Ms. Pearse
Christopher Weeding ... Mr. Pearse
Rory Weeding ... Pearse Younger Son
Noah Wilfong ... James (6 Years Old)
Isabel Wilson ... Abby

Directed by
Corbin Bernsen 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Corbin Bernsen 

Produced by
Chris Aronoff .... producer
Corbin Bernsen .... producer
James Greilick .... co-producer
Dana Lesiuk .... producer
Original Music by
Brandon McCormick 
Mike Post 
Cinematography by
Eric Gustavo Petersen 
Film Editing by
Jason Shabatoski 
Casting by
Jodi Sadowsky 
Production Design by
Skye Rolick 
Makeup Department
Nina McArthur .... key makeup & hair artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sheree Fondeur .... second assistant director
Terry Mialkowsky .... first assistant director
Jon Tewksbury .... associate director
Art Department
Stephen Depko .... set designer
Sound Department
Candice Baldwin .... sound editor
Kevin Hemmingson .... sound mixer
Devin Joseph .... dialogue editor
Doug Madick .... supervising foley artist
Tara A. Paul .... sound re-recording mixer (as Tara Paul)
Monique Reymond .... foley artist
Roger Roscoe .... boom operator
Ed Seneshen .... sound mixer
Marcelo Teson .... adr & dialogue supervisor (2009)
Camera and Electrical Department
Chad Biesenthal .... best boy grip
Meghan Cosenzo .... second assistant camera
Shawn Fulton .... gaffer
Ryan Herdman .... best boy electric
Gordon Hern .... grip
Joao Holowka .... gaffer
Regan Jans .... second assistant camera
Marvin Klein .... genny operator
Michael Pavlovsky .... first assistant camera
Ryan Scott .... best boy
Geoff Yates .... key grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kerri La Londe .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Robert S. Douglas .... colorist
Brian Holzknecht .... assistant on-line editor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Sylvain Buteau .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Brad Kearns .... locations manager
Dana Lesiuk .... unit publicist
Nicole Levey .... production intern
Teena Manns .... production accountant
Rob Miller .... production coordinator
Tiffany Palmer .... script supervisor
Jeff Rosick .... main titles design
Charles Sherman .... unit publicist
Carrie Simpson .... catering by
Brian Tennant .... first aid
Jesse Twietmeyer .... key production assistant
Rebecca Windjack .... production intern
Susanne Bell .... special thanks

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Rated PG for thematic material, some disturbing images, smoking and mild language
USA:95 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Germany:12 | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | USA:PG (certificate #46079)

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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 around, innocent lives are being destroyed. Wars over differences of...
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8 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Thumbs Way Up!!, 21 June 2011
Author: vlevensonnd-1 from United States

I rented this movie knowing that it appeared to be low budget, and seeing that the only recognizable actor was Bernsen, therefore, I was not going to expect to see an Oscar nominated movie. And that's OK! I read what it was about and it looked like something I was most definitely willing to give a try.

I knew who Bernsen's character was speaking to immediately in the beginning scene. As a Lay Minister/Deaconess I've been there before - and more then once in my life. The movie held my interest from beginning to end. I'm an excellent person to figure out the 'who dunnits' and I generally always know well before others how a movie is going to end. This had a couple curve balls I was not expecting! I don't know about you, but I've been fed up with raunchy shows and movies before I was even an adult, so that's why when I come across movies like this, I'm not only willing to give it a shot, but I'm also able to overlook some aspects of low-budgeting, few actors, less frills, few special effects, etc, and look at the heart of the film, and believe me, this movie does indeed have heart.

I was not expecting tears to flow at the end, but down they came, and down they came again while watching the extras.

One thing that has occurred in my life on a number of occasions when the curve balls come - is that when something unexpectedly comes to an end, or a transition comes, whether by choice or by force, what always seems to follow is a needed task, to further learn a lesson, to be there for someone else, or for some other unexpected blessing. This is what I saw in this movie. Had Bernsen's character not went home at that time, he'd not have been there to help his friend. No one else was there to go the distance, and that's the way it is many times in life. No unexpected transition in my life, or the closing of a door has ever gone un-blessed or un-reciprocated. Thank the good Lord for that! Awesome message and awesome delivery. For the heart of the movie I'm giving it a 10!

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