Friday, October 22, 2010
DVD Review: Rust
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A Journey Home, A Faith Renewed.
Jimmy, a former minister, who is struggling with his faith comes back to his hometown, Kipling. His childhood friend, Travis, confesses to setting a fire that kills a well-liked, well-respected Christian family of four. Jimmy cannot imagine that Travis is capable of such a heartless crime. He is determined to find the truth behind the tragedy. This is a fantastic mystery that is uplifting, faith-building, and inspiring. The two main characters, Jimmy (played by and Travis (played by Lloyd Allen Warner), deliver powerful performances! (By the way, my husband and I think Corbin Bernsen somewhat resembles Gene Hackman :)). The story is sad, beautiful, and touching. Faith...family...friendship! I love the behind-the-scenes featurettes, too. Rust definitely turned out to be a shining gem!
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