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God's Waiting List (2006)

Not Rated | | Drama | 2006 (USA)
A gritty, heartfelt drama about a brother and sister who both start out with the American Dream of running their own business and being successful. Teresa goes about this dream in a good ... See full summary »

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Solomon Corbin
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Teresa Corbin
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Rachel Shelley (as Nian Aster)
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Beryl
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Sylvia
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Arbie
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Cinch
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Reverend Warner
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Rob
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Intake Cousellor
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A gritty, heartfelt drama about a brother and sister who both start out with the American Dream of running their own business and being successful. Teresa goes about this dream in a good way, meaning she works hard and treats people right. Her brother, Solomon, is a hustler who borrows money from loan sharks to open a music store. When he doesnt pay, the sharks come after him, but it's his sister who ends up in a wheelchair. She doesn't know it was her brother's fault. The film follows how Solomon descends on a downward spiral while losing faith in everything, while Teresa becomes a stronger person as her faith increases. She eventually learns it was his fault, and they must come to terms and make amends. Written by Andrea J Loney

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Life Will Bring You Down. Hope Will Carry You.

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Spiritually and Intellectually Thought Provoking
27 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

This relationship based plot led me through so many emotions...spiritual in the sense that I evaluated my faith in God and mankind and family related emotions came to fore in that I remembered how important it was and is to communicate your inner most thoughts of your childhood with your siblings so as to grow in understanding the very confusing interaction between parents as they raise their children...the honesty portrayed in this film showed how siblings can grow or cease to grow closer in trust. Although somewhat sad, God's Waiting List left me feeling hopeful and lifted in faith. The diversity in the paths the siblings chose prompted me to question why and how they remained so close throughout their problematic childhood...I concluded they remained devoted out of pure love and survival...and ultimate trust which was compromised. Such is reality...so goes the relative consequence of individual choice. I loved it!


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