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Let the Church Say Amen (2013)

In Washington D.C., one church becomes the symbol of a local community dedicated to one another.

Director:

Regina King

Writers:

ReShonda Tate Billingsley (based on the novel by), Crystal Garrett
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2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

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Steve Harris ... Simon Jackson (as Steven Harris)
Naturi Naughton ... Rachel Jackson
Lela Rochon ... Loretta Jackson
Hosea Chanchez ... David Jackson
Collins Pennie ... Jonathan Jackson (as Collins Curtis Pennié Robinson)
Gregory Alan Williams
Brely Evans ... Shante (as Bre'ly Evans)
Alkoya Brunson ... Jordan
Trav Trav ... Bobby Clark (as Trav Lyons)
Erica Dickerson Erica Dickerson ... Angela
Margo Moorer ... Sister Hicks
Demetria McKinney ... Tawny
Bre Skullark Bre Skullark ... Mona
Yakini Horn ... Twyla
Brandon Gregory ... Travis
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In Washington D.C., one church becomes the symbol of a local community dedicated to one another.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 August 2013 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Collins Pennie and Naturi Naughton worked together in Fame (2013). See more »

Connections

Features The Productive Lie (2014) See more »

Soundtracks

You Out There
Written by DeYon Dobson, L. Young
Performed by L. Young
Courtesy of Yon Ti Entertainment
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Amazng movie
30 August 2015 | by tonibonitaSee all my reviews

Read this book a few years ago, was excited when I heard it was going to be made into a T V movie. The actors and actress pulled you in from the beginning of the story. The movie invoked emotions from angry to laughter I found it hard to keep the tears and bay in the end I found my- self crying. At times I just wanted to slap the father, but by the same token I could see he believed in his heart he as doing the correct things for his family.

The lessons learned in this movie are truly blood is thicker than water, ad when life get rough love and pray will pull a family together only making them a stronger unit.

I hope Regina King will choose another novel to turn into a made for T V movie she brought the essence of the African American family.


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