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Indescribable (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family, History | 8 February 2013 (USA)
Blynn Lehman, one of nine children living in 1917 Pasadena, California, faces a year full of challenges: His older brother announces that he has received a draft notice from the army. His ... See full summary »

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Stacie Graber
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rich Swingle ... Papa Lehman
Joyce Swingle Joyce Swingle ... Mama Lehman
Rebekah Cook ... Claudia Lehman (as H. Rebekah Cook)
J.C. Scott ... Walter Lehman
Amelia Austin Amelia Austin ... Eva Lehman
Christopher Simpson Christopher Simpson ... Theodore Lehman
Alexandra Pruski Alexandra Pruski ... Pauline Lehman
Seth Pruski Seth Pruski ... Blynn Lehman
Danielle Duncan Danielle Duncan ... Fern Lehman
Susannah Ely Susannah Ely ... Wilma Lehman
Andrew Cook Andrew Cook ... Donald Lehman
Adam Terrell Adam Terrell ... William Lehman
Zachary Duncan Zachary Duncan ... Baby Dorothy Lehman
LaRue Welch LaRue Welch ... Oma Frederica
Gabriel Everson Gabriel Everson ... James
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Blynn Lehman, one of nine children living in 1917 Pasadena, California, faces a year full of challenges: His older brother announces that he has received a draft notice from the army. His father informs the family that due to pay cuts and the economic struggles of the time, they will all need to tighten their belts and do what they can to make it through their present financial struggles. As Blynn watches his older siblings begin working and saving, he decides to lead the younger kids in an attempt to help the family survive. An overheard conversation leads Blynn to believe that composing a hit song could make big money, and since his father has already begun writing a song about the love of God, Blynn and his siblings try to help their father finish the song. Their comical failed attempts to write a verse for the song cause Blynn to realize he doesn't understand what it means to love God. When Blynn stumbles across the perfect verse to finish the song, the hunt for the author begins,... Written by Official Synopsis

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Two men, eight centuries, one song.

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Drama | Family | History

Certificate:

Not Rated
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The movie contains no on-screen copyright notice, but searching the U.S. Copyright Office records yields a Registration#/Date of PAu003664269/2013-02-08 with 2012 in the Date-of-Creation field, so the film would be ©2012 by Thorn Crown Project LLC. See more »

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When Blynn unlocks the family mail box, pulls out the drawer, and takes out the letter from Walter (at around 45 mins), he pushes the drawer closed and leaves with the letter, forgetting the key in the drawer's lock. He leaves the key in the lock again when he later finds a letter from the publisher (at around 1h 22 mins). See more »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 February 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bryan, Texas, USA See more »

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Budget:

$25,000 (estimated)
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(DVD)

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Color
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