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Certainty (2011)

Not Rated | | Drama | 16 September 2011 (USA)
In the big city a loving young couple Deb and Dom planning to get ready to marry seek guidance from the Catholic Church, which only brings out the true life problems they may encounter with... See full summary »

Director:

Peter Askin

Writer:

Mike O'Malley (screenplay)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Robert Arensen Robert Arensen ... Physical therapist patient
Jo Armeniox ... Christine
John Auer ... Acting Student
Tammy Blanchard ... Melissa
Jackie Brown ... Parishioner
Thomas Brucia Thomas Brucia ... Barbershopper #2
John Cariani ... Odd Interviewer
JR Carter ... Parishioner
Larry Clarke ... Mike
Adelaide Clemens ... Deb Catalano
Hal Cohen Hal Cohen ... Barbershopper #3
Dominic Colón ... Hefty Dude (as Dominic Colon)
Kristen Connolly ... Betsy
David Dantowitz David Dantowitz ... Barbershopper #1
Steve DiNardo Steve DiNardo ... Bar Patron
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In the big city a loving young couple Deb and Dom planning to get ready to marry seek guidance from the Catholic Church, which only brings out the true life problems they may encounter with each other and their friends. A sobering real life scenario on how religion can affect couples future together. Written by Milton

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Drama

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 September 2011 (USA) See more »

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Reno Productions See more »
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Strong comedic drama - fair handed
29 November 2012 | by PhilipGelattSee all my reviews

An intelligent and adult treatment of issues of faith and marriage in the modern day. Good laughs but also though provoking. I think a lot of indie dramas would have gone a more obvious route with this material, been more critical of religion, been more interested in poking fun at their characters. This movie doesn't do that. It never speaks down, instead it gently prods its material, pulling out some great character moments in the process.

If you like that Martin Sheen movie "The Way" or "Love Actually", then I can whole heartedly say you'll love "Certainty."

Highly recommended.


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