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The Letter Writer (2011)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family | TV Movie November 2011
When a teenager receives a mysterious letter in the mail, she sets out to find the author. It's a journey that will change her life forever.

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... Maggy Fuller
Bernie Diamond ... Sam Worthington
... Nancy Fuller
Stella McComas ... Stella
Kylee Thurman ... Kim
James Gaisford ... Jay
... Michael
... Jason Fuller
Tonia Freeman Doussett ... Mrs. Fuller
... Teacher (as Matthew Flynn Bellows)
Peggy Matheson ... Principal
Brandon Luke Bringhurst ... Bass Player
Nathaniel Rollins ... Drummer (as Nathaniel N8 Rollins)
Micah Dahl Anderson ... Fred
Bob Walkingshaw ... Postal Worker
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When a teenager receives a mysterious letter in the mail, she sets out to find the author. It's a journey that will change her life forever.

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Aley Underwood and Pam Eichner who play daughter/mother in this film, also played daughter/mother in another Christian Vuissa film called One Good Man. See more »

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Sam Worthingtom: There's a balance in all things. If you give, you will receive. If you give a lot, you'll be rich. It's magical! You see, life is like a mirror, if someone steals or is dishonest, they'll invite people into their lives who also steal and are dishonest. The good thing is you can choose who and what enters your life. Within every human being there is a God given ability that if you find it and nurture it you'll be able to bless the lives of others.
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Sow Write
15 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

This elegant film by writer-director Christian Vuissa conveys a fundamental principle of spiritual enlightenment that transcends theological dogma. If you are seeking a purpose driven life, you will find value in this piece.

The teenage protagonist negotiates the rough waters of female adolescence with the unorthodox guidance of an aging mentor. She realizes ethical and moral truths by observing his consistent practices of selfless giving. Embracing these tenants in her daily life opens the door to her personal fulfillment.

This is more of a coming to enlightenment than a coming of age film. The presentation is generally nonsectarian, and should be appropriate for viewers of any religious persuasion, and particularly those of no religious persuasion.


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