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Waiting for Butterflies (2015)

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On her deathbed, a Grandmother's last wish is for her estranged family, who were torn apart by a horrific tragedy, to come together for her final days.

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Richard Clark Jr., Kent Allen (co-director)
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Credited cast:
Addy Miller ... Laney
Jason Burkey ... John
Cranston Johnson ... Antwan
Tim Ross ... Noah
Bonnie Johnson ... Carolynn Archer
Justin Wheelon ... Jay Holden
Bethany Tiller Bethany Tiller ... Price Sawyer
Kerry Everett ... Supporting / Dr. Fletcher
Jordon Alexander ... Wallace
James Alcorn James Alcorn ... Nathaniel Mills
Corey Paul Corey Paul ... Tough guy
James Molinari James Molinari ... Robert Mills
Sean Patrick Smith Sean Patrick Smith ... Defensive boyfriend
Olivia Tummillo Olivia Tummillo ... Ashe Mills
Adam Hughes Adam Hughes ... Pastor Mike
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On her deathbed, a Grandmother's last wish is for her estranged family, who were torn apart by a horrific tragedy, to come together for her final days.

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Sometimes we keep waiting on a miracle that is already here...

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1 September 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Aiken, South Carolina, USA

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To Reconcile
27 June 2016 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Bonnie Johnson has been given the worst possible news of all, she's got terminal cancer and it's only a matter of days. Her family is all speaking to her, but not to each other because a grandchild was killed a few years earlier and there's a lot of blame being tossed around mostly at the head of Jason Burkey, another grandchild.

Having had a close relative being given the same kind of news, I really couldn't buy what Johnson was going through. She's moving around a lot more in her few days than my mother did in her last three months.

Still Waiting For Butterflies which was made for Christian audiences is far from the worst film I've seen from that source. The performances were from professional actors and not amateurish in the least.

The Christian film industry has put out worse.


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