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The Playbook (2015)

PG | | Drama, Sport | 7 July 2015 (USA)
One family learns that forgiveness is paramount.

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(as J.D. Scott)

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(as J.D. Scott), (script editor)
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Cast

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Steven Thomas
Harry Borland ...
Cody
Kath Gordon ...
Bonnie Thomas
Luc Longley ...
Himself
Dennis Coard ...
Monte Thomas
Darran Scott ...
Nick Harrison
Lauren Clair ...
Jane
Lloyd Edwards ...
Garrett Thomas
Keely O'Halloran ...
Quinn Thomas
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Jen
Peter Cassidy ...
Police Sargeant
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Adam
Oliver Bates ...
Jesse
Elijah Costigan ...
Elijah
Ryan Johnson ...
Timmy Moore
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Storyline

Steven Thomas has it all, a loving family, a successful business and faith. But when tragedy strikes the family that faith is tested. This film depicts the family's journey in deciding the ultimate question, whether to abandon one's faith or persist through difficult times. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Sport

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PG
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7 July 2015 (USA)  »

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AUD 1,000,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Cody: Faith can be the difference between being good, and being great.
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So glad I watched this film
8 May 2014 | by See all my reviews

I caught this film on iTunes movies as I had heard about it from a friend. Well I'm so glad I took the time to watch this thoroughly enjoyable film. It is a tearjerker and a real human drama. The film is very well acted and the music is just incredible. Very emotive and really stays with you long after you've finished watching the film. The young actor who plays Cody. Oh wow, certainly one to watch there. he has a very bright future ahead of him. the mum and dad also did a great job. The kid who played the oldest son was not that great an actor but the rest made up for it. I really hope this film does well internationally as it's one of the better Australian films I've seen. If you get a chance to see it then make sure you take the time see it. we need more films like this one.


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