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God Forgive Us (2014)

God Forgive Us is the dramatic collision of four strangers struggling through drug addiction, existential suicide, terminal illness and death. Portraying all different aspects of life and ... See full summary »

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Millicent
James Doherty ...
Dane (as James R. Doherty)
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The Priest
Brian Rooney ...
The Father
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Rod
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The Cop
Mikey Scaggs ...
The Slob
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The Therapist
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Dane's Mother
Michael Martin ...
Father John
Regi Bachochin ...
Millicent's Mother
Kelly Steward ...
Marissa
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Amanda (as Iliana Raykovski)
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Martin
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Josh
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God Forgive Us is the dramatic collision of four strangers struggling through drug addiction, existential suicide, terminal illness and death. Portraying all different aspects of life and society, God Forgive Us chronicles the utter hopelessness that all humans experience, regardless of class or social roles. Written by Michael Bachochin

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Sometimes God works in mysterious ways. See more »

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$350,000 (estimated)
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God Forgive Us was originally shot as a short film in November 2013. When the film had critical success among private screenings, Director (Bachochin), Producer (Downs) and Executive Producer (Thomas Downs) decided to expand the film into a feature. See more »

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A great movie that is a real eye opener
10 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

I saw the premiere for this movie and I'm really glad I went. The movie was phenomenal for Michael and Kyle's first feature length film. I'm no expert movie critic, but there were a few parts that didn't really interest me or seemed to bland but that was only a FEW times. If you're an emotional person, prepare for this movie to be a tear jerker. I cried at several parts because a lot of my good friends are struggling with the same thing and the movie gave me a better understanding of what they went through or are going through in our first world society. A good movie will engage you but a great movie will hit home and that's exactly what Michael and Kyle did.


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