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Edge of the World (2018)

| Drama | 5 May 2018 (USA)
A cross country coach leads a team of troubled kids as he battles his own crisis of faith.

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Randy Redroad
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Credited cast:
Noah Alford Noah Alford ... Dwight
Brent Anderson ... Jeremy's Dad
Megan Dalby ... Megan
Jonathan Daviss ... Jay Tibbs
Stephanie Felton Stephanie Felton ... Debra
Austin Filson ... Chad
Richard T. Jones ... Chaplain Jacobs
Jeff Justus Jeff Justus ... Ken Matsen
Rex Linn ... Coach Andrews
Juan Martinez ... Willy
Marcus M. Mauldin Marcus M. Mauldin ... Mr. Tibbe
Will Meyers ... Jeremy
Mollie Milligan ... Jeremy's mother
Sarah-Clementine Mire Sarah-Clementine Mire ... Extra
Canion Rush Canion Rush ... Charlie
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A cross country coach leads a team of troubled kids as he battles his own crisis of faith.

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USA

Language:

English

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5 May 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Crossing the Line See more »

Filming Locations:

Amarillo, Texas, USA

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Tascosa Films See more »
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I liked this film
15 April 2019 | by danjr_98See all my reviews

I've seen a number of films that have this same theme: young men with issues being led by a coach or coaches who train them in a sport, but contribute to essentials of their manhood. Hurricane Season (2009) with Forest Whitaker, McFarland (2014) with Kevin Costner, Life of a King (2013) with Cuba Gooding, Jr., and a number of others. The theme--though oft-visited--does not grow old with me, because the dynamic goes on daily--men and women who continue to invest in youngsters because these teachers view their role as a higher calling.

This movie just seemed real to me. Coach Davis (Trevor St John) admits to the chaplain (Richard T. Jones) that he is tired of coaching troubled kids. But he is sustained and continues.

Underlying the film is faith. I appreciate this, because I think any investment in kids is dependent on this, rather than immediate results.


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