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And See All the People (2011)

And See All the People is the story of Pastor Jamison Bellamy, a man of the cloth wearing many hats. A father of two children and husband to a wife in a marriage facing midlife conflicts, ... See full summary »

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Dan Cardaway
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Camelia Bellamy
Jonathan Campano ...
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Dana Bobana Campbell ...
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Emily Campbell ...
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Jon Campbell ...
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Maxine Sherman
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Mayor Sandy Rogers
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Pastor Michael Renzwell
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Margaret Sanderhof
Jordan Lannen ...
Stacy Cardaway (as Jordan Noel Durbin)
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And See All the People is the story of Pastor Jamison Bellamy, a man of the cloth wearing many hats. A father of two children and husband to a wife in a marriage facing midlife conflicts, he has also become the counselor to an abused wife while balancing the politics and mediation of a local church, complete with opinionated staff and traditional parishioners. The movie is a dramatic, but often comedic look at the odyssey taken by a man of faith-whose faith has seemed to take an odyssey of its own. A spirited film absent judgment and religiosity, And See All the People is a deeper look into a profession that proclaims the "deeper walk." Written by Tracy Nichole Cring

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