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Rust (2010)

PG | | Drama | 2010 (Canada)
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A former pastor who walked away from his calling returns to his small hometown to discover that a mysterious fire tragically struck a local family. When he learns that his childhood friend ... See full summary »


Corbin Bernsen


Corbin Bernsen





Cast overview, first billed only:
Corbin Bernsen ... James Moore
Lorne Cardinal ... Duane
Frank Gall Frank Gall ... Glen Moore
Lloyd Warner Lloyd Warner ... Travis Wexler
Audrey Lynn Tennent Audrey Lynn Tennent ... Mary Moore (as Audrey Tennant)
Kirsten Collins Kirsten Collins ... Amanda
John Hutchinson John Hutchinson ... Pastor Barrow
Chesney Caswell Chesney Caswell ... Loretta
Judith Davies Judith Davies ... Ms. Wexler
Cavan Cunningham ... Pastor Barrow (50 Years Old)
Mike Kernahan Mike Kernahan ... Perry
Ryder Debreceni Ryder Debreceni ... Ian
Nolan Hubbard Nolan Hubbard ... Drew
Gerald Lenton-Young Gerald Lenton-Young ... Rick
Brad Kearns Brad Kearns ... Ed Beaujot


A former pastor who walked away from his calling returns to his small hometown to discover that a mysterious fire tragically struck a local family. When he learns that his childhood friend is implicated in starting the fire, he sets out on a mission to find the truth?.and in the process, rediscovers his faith. Written by Anonymous

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for thematic material, some disturbing images, smoking and mild language | See all certifications »

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James Moore: Look, I'd like to talk to you about Travis.
Ms. Wexler: There's nothing to talk about.
James Moore: Do you think maybe, maybe we could go inside, we could sit down. Or maybe I could take you and get a cup of coffee.
Ms. Wexler: I don't need coffee. And I don't need conversation. Travis is gone. Everyone's happy. Fine.
James Moore: Not me.
Ms. Wexler: Not you?
James Moore: No, ma'am. I'm not happy.
Ms. Wexler: And why is that?
James Moore: Gut feeling.
Ms. Wexler: [laughs then begins coughing]
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Excellent and as close to reality as any movie can get.
12 August 2017 | by tcrenshaw-39275See all my reviews

In a world of fake reality TV and impossible movie plots, this movie surprises with absolute reality. This must be the reason for its only slightly above mid score. While there is a place for unrealistic entertainment, you will not find it in this movie. What you will find is an absolutely astounding and realistic story. The acting is surprisingly good while not going overboard or being amateurish. After recently seeing "The Shack", I would rate this movie higher. I am truly surprised this movie didn't make more of an impact. It's not full of suspense, but there's enough to keep you watching. The last 15 minuets are outstanding. If you have teens, this is an ideal family movie. They may be a little bored with the movie, but the lessons learned at the end are well worth the wait.

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Release Date:

2010 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Hameni pisti See more »

Filming Locations:

Kipling, Saskatchewan, Canada


Box Office


CAD250,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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