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The Good Book (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family | 1 July 2014 (USA)
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A small New Testament passes through the hands of fourteen strangers. For seven of the individuals, their lives will never be the same.

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Sharon Wilharm

Writer:

Sharon Wilharm
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Credited cast:
Jenn Gotzon ... Ruth - the Church Woman
Bella Higginbotham ... Ruth's Daughter
Torry Martin ... Esau
Rebecca Lines ... Leah
Joanie Stewart ... Sadie
Jaylon Gordon ... Funeral Family
Apolonia Davalos ... Marion
Johnnie Gordon ... Funeral Family
A. Michelle Harleston ... Photographer
Glenn Cartwright ... Usher
Hayden Gael Barnes ... Daniel's Sister
Joshua Childs ... Caleb
Karen B. Greer ... Funeral Friend
Jayla Palmer Jayla Palmer ... Homeless Teen
Donald James Parker Donald James Parker ... Church member
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A small New Testament passes through the hands of fourteen strangers. For seven of the individuals, their lives will never be the same.

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A tiny New Testament finds its way into the hands of seven strangers and provides hope during their individual struggles.

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Drama | Family

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Not Rated

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The traveling New Testament
13 November 2016 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Someone must have seen Tales Of Manhattan where a tuxedo cutaway made the rounds of several different owners and thereby creating five separate stories, six if you count the WC Fields story which was cut from the original print, but now restored. In that you had some of Hollywood's best players.

You did not have that with this film The Good Book which contains no dialog, but has an overriding musical score to aid in telling what is going on. A pocket New Testament makes its rounds like those tails in Tales Of Manhattan and with it a separate story is attached.

My guess is that the people participating just aren't actors and giving them dialog would have been a stretch. So we have a silent film, no titles, but we can tell what's happening.

Sad to say this is one amateurish production, strictly for church audiences.


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Language:

English

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1 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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Springfield, Tennessee, USA See more »

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Mainstreet Productions See more »
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