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Adam and Mary, father and daughter, must pick up the pieces of their new life together after they uncover that their recently deceased mother lived for years with a dual-life of sex, hard drugs, and underground clubbing.
James M Tweedie
"Unconditional" tells the compelling story of how a seven-year old boy's unconditional love for his mother prevails over the destructiveness of her drug addiction. Set in a run-down ... See full summary »
Brandon Clay Thomas
Frank Rautenbach leads a strong cast as Angus Buchan, a Zambian farmer of Scottish heritage, who leaves his farm in the midst of political unrest and racially charged land reclaims and ... See full summary »
Regardt van den Bergh
A woman's world is shattered after her sweetheart Billy is murdered in a random act of violence. After this tragic event she starts to dig around to find the killer of her husband. On her quest she reunites with her childhood best friend Joe who runs an after school program for children in his neighborhood.
Based on the true events of Joe Bradford who dedicates his time on helping African American kids that live in the projects to have goals for their lives. See more »
The storms of life there bound to come, but that maybe even in those storms, in the loneliest time of all, you're never really alone.
Love is the most powerful thing on Earth, I've seen what it can do, and it can do amazing things.
Sometime I imagine a world where everyone knows that love is unconditional, and what a beautiful world it is.
I think Billy had it right, that there's truly enough love to go around, all you have to do is share it.
What if God's love is like the sun, constant and ...
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I saw this movie last night. Afterwards had dinner with the producer's parents so was fun to get the back-story. I went in not expecting much since many smaller budget, independent films don't deliver. But... happy to report this was a very good film. It was well directed and acted. The writing flowed and technically sound. In other words, there was no element which distracted from being in the film and with the characters as the plot unfolded. The little boy that played the part of Macon must have a bright career ahead of him. Casting agents should give him consideration. I so agreed with the social dynamic of fatherlessness in America and how this impacts destiny. At the end of the film the audience actually applauded. I've only seen this once before in all my years of movie-viewing. By all means go and see this film. Or... put it on your list to rent when the DVD comes out. I'll be doing the same because I'll want to view it a second time and then pass along to my son and his family.
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