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Have a Little Faith (2011)

TV Movie  |   |  Drama  |  27 November 2011 (USA)
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Writer Mitch Alboms reluctantly agrees to pen the eulogy of his childhood rabbi.

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Sarah
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Janine
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Rabbi Albert Lewis
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Cass
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Young Henry
Langston Fishburne ...
Henry at 20
Wayne David Parker ...
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Jonathan Adams ...
Willie Covington
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Wilma Covington (as April Parker Jones)
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Derrick Covington
John Hardy ...
Baptist Preacher
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Writer Mitch Alboms reluctantly agrees to pen the eulogy of his childhood rabbi.

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Hallmark Hall of Fame: Have a Little Faith (#61.1)  »

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Hank Azaria was offered the chance to reprise the role of Mitch from Tuesdays with Morrie (1999). But he had to turn it down due to scheduling conflicts with Free Agents (2011). See more »

Quotes

Rabbi Albert Lewis: Did God make trees?
Mitch: Yeah.
Rabbi Albert Lewis: Why trees? Why not a tree? I mean, he's God. What he makes is perfect. So, why not one perfect tree for the whole earth? Instead, he gave us the oak, the spruce, the elm, the redwood.
Mitch: Right.
Rabbi Albert Lewis: So, maybe faith is the same. Many trees, the branches all going to Him.
Mitch: Have you looked at the world lately? The trees are all attacking each other.
Rabbi Albert Lewis: That's not faith, that's hate.
Mitch: Engaged in the name of a religion.
Rabbi Albert Lewis: And wrongly! Thou shall not kill. Honor thy neighbor. If I mean ...
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A great family movie, demonstrating the good that exists in our world.
27 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very moving movie...in a time where many movies have 'special effects', profanity, innuendos, etc., Have a Little Faith was a refreshing view of how good Man can be.....I sometimes think that we as a society focus too much on all the negative things going on in our world, and not enough of the positive. This work also demonstrates how people who come from different faiths, different ethnicity's and philosophy's can work towards a common goal and accomplish so much. There is so much good that goes on in our world that many of us are not even aware of. Thanks Mitch for writing your book, and seeing it made in to this movie.


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