Set deep in the wilds of Appalachia, where believers handle death-dealing snakes to prove themselves before God, a pastor's daughter holds a secret that threatens to tear her community apart.


Britt Poulton (as Brittany Poulton), Dan Madison Savage
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Credited cast:
Olivia Colman ... Hope
Walton Goggins ... Lemuel
Kaitlyn Dever ... Dilly
Alice Englert ... Mara
Thomas Mann ... Augie
Lewis Pullman ... Garret
Jim Gaffigan ... Zeke
Annie Tedesco ... Connie Ray
Brooks Roseberry ... Jed
Bradley Gallo ... Man in Van
Katherine DeBoer ... Bridgette
Catherine L. Albers Catherine L. Albers ... Old Woman (Deb)
Connor Daniel Lysholm Connor Daniel Lysholm ... Jace
Erik Andrews ... Harold


Deep in Appalachia, Pastor Lemuel Childs (Walton Goggins) presides over an isolated community of serpent handlers, an obscure sect of Pentecostals who willingly take up venomous snakes to prove themselves before God. As his devoted daughter, Mara (Alice Englert) prepares for her wedding day, under the watchful eye of Hope Slaughter (Olivia Colman), a dangerous secret is unearthed and she is forced to confront the deadly tradition of her father's church.

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We All Have Our Sins


Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some disturbing violence | See all certifications »

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Roger Petan has worked in this film with Lewis Pullman and with his father Bill Pullman in Singles. See more »


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The actors are good but story line, plot, most of dialogue and pacing are horrible
22 October 2019 | by random-70778See all my reviews

The first 2/3 of this film are very slow paced, interminable burden on the viewer. The last 1/3 is a series of predictable jump scares and tropes. They are shallow and silly, but I guess the point of the first 2/3 is to put you in such a torpor that you fall for the jump scares.

The acting is not bad at all. But over all this just fails on several core levels due to script pacing and hamfisted directing.

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Release Date:

2 August 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Them That Follow See more »

Filming Locations:

Youngstown, Ohio, USA


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Opening Weekend USA:

$13,137, 4 August 2019

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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