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From award-winning directors Steve Balderson and Elizabeth Spear comes this special presentation of three episodes from their never before released prime-time horror-comedy series HELL TOWN... See full summary »
this is an awesome show! if you don't judge the father for living in the real world, then you can enjoy the points being made. that's why so many don't go to or come to GOD for answers, the men of GOD this day and time try to be above the real world in public's eyes but are massive sinners behind closed doors. this shows how to try to reach down and pull the fallen up to show them the right way. the acting was well done for the budget. there's not many that could have played the part as well as Blake did. in my opinion one might could see where the story lines of sister act prt 1 & 2 could have been thought of from viewing this show. if you wish to see real life being lifted to the higher side then give this a view with an open mind, not set to degrade a priest, but to see real life behind the scenes. i've worked at a homeless mission and i can tell you that this really happens sometimes.
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