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Beyond Acceptance (2011)

Not Rated | | Drama | 4 August 2011 (USA)
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The story of a family's struggle to accept, a ten-year-old foster child, and their journey of loving the unlovable.

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Larry Bowron ... Aaron Border
Trent Garnaat ... Evans Harris
Traci Bowron ... Stacy Border
Katherine Gifford ... Jennie Border
Brad Garnaat ... Vincent Evans
Danae Brack ... Amy Hunt
Carolyn Bertrand ... Sharon
Grace Perkins ... Rachel
... Judge Wilson
... Kim
Ross Vande Waa ... Greg
James Muffett ... Lawyer
Hal Bates Jr. ... Clerk
Chris Hoffbeck ... Shawn
... Debbie
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The story of a family's struggle to accept, a ten-year-old foster child, and their journey of loving the unlovable.

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The story of a family's struggle to accept Evans, a ten-year-old foster child, and their journey of loving the unlovable.

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Pretty bad
2 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

Poorly written, terribly acted. It seems like clumsy Christian propaganda, although it could just be the lack of skill and talent that make it seem more like an agenda than a movie.

The plot is improbable, with characters making completely inconsistent and inexplicable decisions. The production values and cinematography are quite good, though. Sets and costumes are also good.

Getting past the stilted, terrible acting was impossible for me, but to be fair, the writers gave the actors nothing to work with. The exception to that is the non-verbal acting by Trent Garnaat, who plays the subject child. He was reasonably credible. But again his spoken part didn't have much of a ring of authenticity to it.

I might not have found the proselytizing quite as jarring if I was a Christian, but there are well written and acted Christian movies out there that I have enjoyed. This just isn't one of them.


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