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Tribe of Joseph (2002)

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Filmed within the untamed wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, "Tribe of Joseph" is the engrossing story of a wayward preacher who believes he's been prophetically called to restore the ... See full summary »

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Christopher McDonell (as Cleetche)

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Christopher McDonell (as Cleetche)
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Cast

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Shaun Johnston ... Jacob
Steven Grayhm ... Jonathon
Kaaren de Zilva ... Ranessa
Giacomo Baessato ... Young Jonathon
Michael Tayles ... Cory
Linden Banks ... Larry Skinner
Chilton Crane ... Carla Skinner
Miles Meadows Miles Meadows ... Zana
Neil Denis Neil Denis ... Phillipe
Simon Baker ... Taan
Christopher Attadia Christopher Attadia ... Yoshi
Garry Davey ... Darryl
Lindsay Bourne Lindsay Bourne ... Andy
Adam Pfitzenmaier Adam Pfitzenmaier ... Rolly
Ed Perovich Ed Perovich ... RCMP Officer
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Filmed within the untamed wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, "Tribe of Joseph" is the engrossing story of a wayward preacher who believes he's been prophetically called to restore the Twelve Tribes of Jacob, and the eldest of his kidnapped 'children' who eventually questions his zeal. Written by anonymous

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The rise and fall of a survivalist, doomsday cult

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Adventure | Drama

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Canada

Language:

English

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CAD 1,500,000 (estimated)
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A fairly low budget movie that is definitely worth looking for too pass the time.
22 September 2003 | by Spudy_dragonSee all my reviews

A great stylish movie about the usually forgotten world of doomsday cults. The acting - most of the time that is, is powerful and convincing. The movie accurately develops in a way that you can really understand how these people would become convinced in not questioning their leader. While it's one of those movies that only a very few people well ever get there hands on, as I was lucky myself too find it showing on a movie channel (one of the channel's that sponsored the movie). Kind of strange too see the Government of Canada sponsoring this movie, as it may be viewed as a "politically incorrect" movie too someone. Although I think it's safe too say it was simply sponsored too advertise the beautiful Canadian wilderness. All in all, if you are interested in the very hushed up subject of cults. Definitely try too find a way too watch this one.


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