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The Calling (2010)





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This inclusive documentary brings together Christians, Jews, and Muslims, to examine what calls certain people to a life of religious devotion in the clergy. Profiling the members of the different religions intimately, the film finds common threads about the way that men and women of the cloth embrace both joy and sacrifice in order to answer their callings.more
Rating: PG
Genre: Faith & Spirituality, Comedy, Documentary, Drama, Horror, Special Interest
Directed By: , , , , , , , , ,
Written By: Jan Dunn, John Rice, Rudy Gaines
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On DVD: Jan 15, 2002
Medb Films - Official Site

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Laura Harris
as Kristie St.Clair
Richard Lintern
as Marc St.Clair
Alex Roe-Brown
as Dylan St. Clair
Alice Krige
as Elizabeth Plummer
John Standing
as Jack Plummer
Peter Waddington
as Father Mullin
Nick Brimble
as Police Inspector Oli...
Deborah Baxter
as Receptionist
Christine Moore
as Little Girl's Mother
Danielle Green
as Little Girl
Detlef Bothe
as Scouser
Antony Carrick
as Thomas Biden
Liam Hess
as Samuel
Laura Cox
as Red Haired Woman
Imogen Bain
as Bargirl
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The idea that the anti-christ would undergo satanic counterparts to baptism, crucifixion, resurrection, etc was interesting. This hasn't been explored in other films and that's why this one deserves to be seen. Alice Krige owns the knowledge of acting how make fans fear or suspect her in the movies. lol

Wahida K

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Someone needs to seriously rewrite the "movie info" that appears above. It is certainly no documentary, just another cliched film about a virginal woman who gives birth to the antichrist. This one though, isn't terrible, and wasn't a bad way to spend a Saturday afternoon too hot to be outside. The characters remain one-dimensional pretty much the entire way through, but there were enough unexpected plot turns to keep my attention, save for one, over which the casting director should have been fired. (SPOILER) What husband in his right mind would trade the beautiful mid-thirties Laura Harris, for Alice Krige, now pushing sixty, and quite frankly, looking every bit? Alice Krige is no longer the young, late-twenties sexpot of the early 1980s "Ghost Story," in this film. For me, believability went out the window with that plot twist. I wouldn't exert any effort to see this movie, but if you happen to catch it while channel surfing like I did, as I said above, it's not all bad.

Aaron Hilbun

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