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The Rose of Sharon (2006)

Mina Sohn is a Christian, Korean woman living in Los Angeles. She runs a flower shop for a living and ministers to those around as her calling. When a young, Jewish lawyer shows up in need ... See full summary »

Director:

Elliott Hong (as Eui B. Hong)

Writer:

Elliott Hong (as Eui B. Hong)
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Cast

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Annie Lee ... Mina Sohn
Paul Galliano ... Michael Shapiro (as Paul Gagliano)
Sun Ja Choi Sun Ja Choi ... Ahn Sohn
Ed Flanagan Ed Flanagan ... Benjamin Shapiro
Louanne Kelley Louanne Kelley ... Rachel Shapiro
Nicole Ortega ... Sophia
Carole Balkan Carole Balkan ... Betty
Morton Lewis Morton Lewis ... Gerald / Lawyer #2
Galadriel Schulze Galadriel Schulze ... Heidi / Female Lawyer
Michael James Daly ... Jack / Delivery Guy (as Michael Daly)
Ishtar Montes de Oca Ishtar Montes de Oca ... Stacy Shapiro / Michael's Sister
Hope Curtis Hope Curtis ... Seder Guest
Courtlyn Iverson Courtlyn Iverson ... Terrorist (as Courtney Lynn Iverson)
Graham Holly Graham Holly ... Israeli Reading Newspaper
Meagan Kittridge Meagan Kittridge ... Reporter
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Mina Sohn is a Christian, Korean woman living in Los Angeles. She runs a flower shop for a living and ministers to those around as her calling. When a young, Jewish lawyer shows up in need of a florist, the two sense an immediate connection. After a series of dinners and in-depth conversations about Christianity and Judaism, they eventually travel to Israel together where they both explore questions of faith, love, duty, and religion. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family

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South Korea | USA

Language:

English | Korean

Release Date:

2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Agoura Hills, California, USA See more »

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Nice Touching Christian Drama that made me cry...
23 January 2007 | by chiccollectionlaSee all my reviews

A low budget Korean Christian film that taught me some things about the bible & actually made me cry! I saw this at a Korean church & surprisingly everyone at the end was sniffling too. I didn't get it at first being a Korean American & not that strong of a Christian, but this story really touched people! It made me open my eyes to many things.

The story is a quiet drama & took me on a nice journey. There were some amazing shots in Israel that showed where Jesus traveled which was nice to see. Only real Korean Christians can understand this film & its impact. It has a strong message, especially for Korean Christians.

I really enjoyed the movie & the actors gave a good & believable performance. Some of that dialogue was long & hard to understand, but they pulled it off really well considering the diaglogue wasn't so great.

And the film will definitely not offend Jewish people. It does the opposite & shows what great people they are & what they're destiny is supposed to be according to the Christian bible. And the film shows the duty we have as Christians. It was basically an educational Christian film on one aspect of the revelations.

Worth watching...Good family film.


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