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The plot follows the individual journeys of three ordinary South African men in the build up to their attendance of the 2010 Mighty Men Conference, where their lives are forever changed by God's message for them. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Angus Buchan ... Himself
Anton Dekker ... John Peters
Lucky Koza ... Lucky Nzimande
Jaco Muller ... Andre Cloete
Anrich Herbst ... Young Angus
Robin Smith ... Herman Visser
Hannes Muller ... Ben Wolhuter
David James ... Danny Boy
Kate Normington ... Ellen Cloete
Michelle Douglas ... Marlene
Norman Anstey ... James Cloete
Alex Radntiz ... Jimmy

Kaz McFadden ... Jake Cloete
Charlie Bouguenon ... Xavier (as Charles Bouguenon)
Simeon Hamman ... Juan
Cher Harris ... Jill Buchan
Paul Rotherham ... Stephan
Ferdi Burger ... Stephan's Friend
Robert Van der Coolwijk ... Stephan's Dad (as Robert van de Coolwijk)
Steve Larter ... Terrance
Muchipisi Obey ... Chris
Nomhle Nkonyeni ... Maria (as Nomhlé Nkyonyeni)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jacques Brand ... Melvin's Friend
Jarrod de Jong ... Marshall Mighty Men
David Sherwood ... Small Angus' Minister in Zambia (uncredited)

Directed by
F.C. Hamman 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jacques Brand  uncredited
F.C. Hamman 
Piet Smit 

Produced by
Jacques Brand .... line producer
Jarrod de Jong .... line producer
André Scholtz .... producer
Peter Scott .... executive producer
Original Music by
Mauritz Lotz (original score)
Cinematography by
Rory O'Grady (director of photography)
Film Editing by
F.C. Hamman 
C.A. van Aswegen 
Production Management
Gail Radnitz .... production manager (as Gail Overton)
Sound Department
Andre Feldmann .... sound recordist
J.J. Le Roux .... sound recordist
Alexandra Picard .... sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
W.D. du Plessis .... best boy electric
Music Department
Mauritz Lotz .... composer: theme music
Other crew
Jacques Brand .... development writer
Jacques Brand .... researcher

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Rated PG-13 for some violent content
115 min (original version)
Color (HD)
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Amazing, inspiring movie, 17 June 2013
Author: Christian Mortensen Schenberg from Mullsjö, Sweden

I enjoyed every minute of the movie. Yes, it is not perfect. No movie is. This is one of the best Christian movies i've seen in a while. Of course, this was aimed at an believing audience, but also for non- believers. I really enjoyed the performance of the actors, the beautiful settings and photography. The scenes were very well done, and beautiful looking scenes, especially in HD. I'd say it's a movie worth watching. Because the movie was so well done, i give it a 10 out of 10. I enjoyed it and i did not regret a second. I recommend this movie to everyone who believe in God, but also those who want to get inspiration and non-believers. This is a really good movie. I really liked Angus Buchan's speech and i love his other movie, "Faith Like Potatoes". A movie that also is worth watching. Both of the movies got great stories, both are based on true stories. But Faith Like Potatoes is my favorite, but i'd recommend you to watch them both and judge by yourself. Watch Faith Like Potatoes first and then this. 10/10

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