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  • 1h 41min
  • Drama
  • Movie


RECONCILIATION is a groundbreaking, provocative story about an estranged father and son struggling to overcome the heartbreaking consequences of their past.

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Grant Taylor
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Jeff McDowell
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Sara Taylor
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Angela
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Patrick
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Chaplain Tim
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18 Year Old Grant
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10 Year Old Grant
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Pastor Hughes
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Billy
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Patty Taylor
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Nurse Stephanie
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Ellie
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Kelly's Grandmother
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James
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Kelly
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Elise
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Doctor Kaplan
Jim F. Wakefield ...
Chad
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David
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Brett
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Brittney (as Meg Raich)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tibor Ambra ...
Church / Graduation Attendee
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10 Year Old Grant's Friend
Frank Bettag ...
Charles
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Christine Woods
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Church Goer / Grad Mom (as Maritza Graciela)
Johnny Carnevale ...
Ben Aflalo
Gary Casey ...
Jeff's Friend
Jon Chapman III ...
Justin
Simon Peter Deveer ...
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David Lewis (as Frank Dion)
Bruce Dworkin ...
Land Buyer
Robert Ewald ...
Graduation Father
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Hospital Father (as Leon Ferguson)
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Doctor
Mike Hill ...
Dad Driving SUV
Sammy Hill ...
Son Driving in SUV
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Pam Josten
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Matt Miller
Edward Joyce ...
Male Physician
Lisa Jo Keefer ...
Megan Parker
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Audience
Cameron Koa ...
Church Boy
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Felicity Michaels
Rolando Madrigal ...
10 Year Old Grant's Friend
Sandy McDougle ...
Lisa Wagner
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Mrs. Bryce / Faculty at Graduation
Steven Morgan ...
10 Year Old Grant's Friend
Rob Murray ...
Sara's Father
Steven Neumeier ...
Richard
Sherry Perkov ...
Sher / In Church scene
Cami Raich ...
10 Year Old Grant's Friend
Jamie Relis ...
Karen Royal
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Rebeccah / Church Attendee
Donavin Robles ...
10 Year Old Grant's Friend
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Patient in Wheelchair
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Nicole
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Son Walking with Father
Fallon Vrieling ...
10 Year Old Grant's Friend
Garrett Vrieling ...
10 Year Old Grant's Friend
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Grieving Daughter
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Thomas Johnson (uncredited)

Directed by

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Chad Ahrendt

Written by

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Chad Ahrendt ... (written by)

Produced by

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Chad Ahrendt ... producer
Chris Jones ... producer (as Christopher M. Jones)
Craig McDowell ... executive producer
Jim McDowell ... executive producer
Mark McDowell ... executive producer
Trevor McDowell ... executive producer
Marissa Mendrygal ... associate producer
Keegan Wilcox ... producer
Damon Zwicker ... producer

Music by

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Michael Mollura

Cinematography by

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Adam Biddle

Film Editing by

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Chad Ahrendt

Editorial Department

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Vance Null ... color timer
Damon Zwicker ... additional editing by

Casting By

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Cambria Hankin
Lisa Pantone ... (casting by)

Production Design by

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Oscar Albuerne

Art Direction by

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John Calderon

Costume Design by

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Christian Snell

Makeup Department

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Isabel Andrea Bucsa ... key makeup artist
Haley O'Neil ... makeup artist
Tana Tricarichi ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Vance Null ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Will Coleman ... first assistant director
James Kanka ... second assistant director
Carlos Koustas ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Rhett Baron ... art department production assistant
Mike Cruz ... construction coordinator
Luc Desjardins ... carpenter
Aaron Nakashoji ... carpenter
Brian Scott Robinson ... art coordinator

Sound Department

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Sam Hamer ... sound mixer
Ted Hamer ... supervising sound editor
Shawn Morse ... boom operator
Matthew Sanchez ... boom operator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Gavin Alcott ... camera operator
Nathan Beck ... electrician
Kaiyoti ... dolly grip
Chris Kallemeyn ... gaffer
Jessica Lucas ... still photographer
Ben Perry ... first assistant camera
Marshall Rao ... first assistant camera
Paul Storino ... key grip
Bas Tiele ... additional first assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Keely Crum ... costumer

Music Department

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Keith Kohn ... music produced & engineered by

Other crew

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Philip Crocco ... caterer
Patrick Darwin ... set production assistant
Mike Dennert ... script supervisor
Amir Firozkar ... set production assistant
Kristina Kuzmic-Crocco ... caterer
Tim McRae ... set production assistant
Ben Montague ... set production assistant
Rudy Perez ... set production assistant
Tom Porter ... on-set teacher
Kyle Prohaska ... marketing
Matt Rishavy ... set production assistant

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Plot Summary

RECONCILIATION is a groundbreaking, provocative story about an estranged father and son struggling to overcome the heartbreaking consequences of their past. Grant Taylor (Eric Nenninger) has been troubled by intense childhood memories ever since his wife, Sara (Chelsey Crisp), gave him the exciting news..."You are going to be a dad!" As fatherhood nears, Grant privately wrestles with his embarrassment and anger toward his own father. His memories come to a head when Sara receives a call informing them that Grant's dad, Jeff (Jack Maxwell), is terminally ill and his last wish is to see his son. With Sara's encouragement, Grant reluctantly goes to see the man he disowned at his 10th birthday party, when he found out his father was gay. At the hospice, father and son confront the past as they come face to face for the first time in 16 years. Will Grant forgive his father for abandoning their family? Will Jeff forgive Grant for the hateful words he said years ago? What will it take to reconcile? This thought-provoking film of heartache and triumph will inspire you to love more deeply, seek forgiveness from people you have hurt, and forgive those who have hurt you. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Reconciliation (United States)
Runtime
  • 101 min
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