A student boldly stands up for God when a Presidential candidate visits his school. The exchange goes viral challenging both to step out in faith and be the men that God has called them to be.

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Lisa Arnold

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Phillip Abraham, Lisa Arnold (based on a story by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Isaak Presley ... David Guiterrez
Kevin Sorbo ... Mr. Truman
Antonio Sabato Jr. ... Senator Viera
Casper Van Dien ... Headmaster Kingsley
Thomas Kasp ... Gordon Kingsley
Robert Belushi ... Harvey
Tyree Brown ... Jonathan
Emily Hahn ... Madi Stein
Patricia De Leon ... Rosa Gutierrez
Lauren Frost ... Lena
Briana Lane ... Emma Sackson
Lois Robbins ... Audrey
Alex Johnson ... Lauren
Kennedy Hermansen ... Sara Grace
Tanner Fontana ... Blake
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A student boldly stands up for God when a Presidential candidate visits his school. The exchange goes viral challenging both to step out in faith and be the men that God has called them to be.

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Senator Viera's character was loosely based on former President Barack Obama, about whom Antonio Sabato said he has "no guts," accusing him of destroying the U.S. economy. See more »

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Referenced in The Cinema Snob: Mobsters and Mormons (2018) See more »

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Not my America
21 December 2020 | by elisemohallilSee all my reviews

I tried to give this a chance, but this film is funnily absurd and frighteningly fanatical. They sound like radical Islamists calling for an Islamic State where religion dominates all facets of life, including government. They think because they say "God" instead of Allah, and because they're Christian, not Muslim, that they are *nothing* like radical Islamists. Yet they call for God to take over our educational system, our government, our laws, our leaders... As long as it's the Christian God. But, that's nothing like Sharia Law because...because...um...well... because it's Christian!

In addition to the religious fanaticism, the misinterpretation and misinformation about American History and American Civics is equally


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USA

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English

Release Date:

1 October 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

One Nation Under God See more »

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA

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