Confession (Deadly Secrets) (2005)

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Father Kelly treasures his life in the priesthood and at the St. Michaels prep school. His universe is thrown into upheaval, however, when a student confesses to the gruesome murder of a classmate. Bound by the oaths of confidentiality he took when he entered the clergy, Father Kelly is powerless, even when the murdering boy frames another student for the crime. Now he is at a perilous crossroads and must decide if allowing justice to be done is worth sacrificing the life he loves. ~ Cammila … More

Rating: R (some violence)
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Drama
Directed By:
Written By: Jonathan Meyers, Daniel Wright
In Theaters:
On DVD: Nov 29, 2005
Runtime:
MTI Home Video

Cast


as Luther Scott

as Father Kelly

as Father Abbot

as Father Thomas

as Det. Robin Mallory

as David Bennett

as Robbie Willingham

as Senator Givens

as Benjamin Givens

as Det. Fletcher
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Critic Reviews for Confession (Deadly Secrets)

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Reverent, well directed, and well acted… Confession's weakness is also its promotional gimmick: Meyers directed the film at 24, but wrote the screenplay ten years earlier.

Full Review… | February 11, 2006
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Audience Reviews for Confession (Deadly Secrets)

This B-Movie gem is the first leading role for Chris Pine, and it may be his best role to date. Pine plays Luther, the "bad" kid at Catholic school who can get you anything you want. He is however caught and along with his roommate, he is quickly booted out of school. Luther becomes obsessed with finding out who turned him in and when he does, the boy mysterious turns up dead. At a similar time, someone confesses to Priest Michael Kelly, who now knows who and why, but can't say anything. As a result Kelly quickly becomes a suspect leading up to a tremendous finally. Pine, best known as the "new" Captain Kirk was just fantastic. It's a shame this is a B-Movie, because if it had been a major release, he would have gained the recognition he deserves a lot sooner. This film is tremendous, I saw it as a modern day Shakespearean tragedy. It has life, death, religion, intrigue, and much more. It's a great film that fell way under the radar!

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