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Beyond the Farthest Star (2015)

PG-13 | | Drama, Family, Thriller | 10 August 2015 (USA)
A twist of fate brings the national spotlight to a forgotten Texas town, and a once famous preacher has an opportunity to regain his former glory or seize one last chance to restore his ... See full summary »

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A twist of fate brings the national spotlight to a forgotten Texas town, and a once famous preacher has an opportunity to regain his former glory or seize one last chance to restore his fractured family. Written by Andrew Librizzi

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Drama | Family | Thriller

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Rated PG-13 for mature thematic material, some violence and smoking
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$500,000 (estimated)

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$19,242, 18 October 2013, Limited Release
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After a Successful Acting Career and a Star Turn on Xena Warrior Princess as Gabrielle, Texas Native Renee O'Connor, Shot Her First Production in Her Home State with Beyond The Farthest Star. See more »

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Amazing story
6 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

I'll admit that I bought this movie just because Renee O'Connor of Xena fame was in it. But by the end of it, I had moved on from that.

This movie is amazingly deep and mysterious. It sheds light on what happens when we aren't true to ourselves and hide the truth. Eventually, the truth wins out and our true meaning comes forward.

From Adam following his father, even though I don't feel he truly wanted to, to Maureen hiding a lie, that was slowly destroying her, and onto Annie who didn't know who or what she was. It was riveting and painful and sad.

Yes, there is a religious undertone to the story, but it's not religious. I didn't feel preached to at all.

Loved it and highly recommend!


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