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‘Hidden Secrets’ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation

‘Hidden Secrets’
CFDb Movie Review
& Recommendation

Hidden Secrets

When your past becomes your present… What would happen if your secret was suddenly exposed? Nine friends discover just how explosive it can be, as their past becomes their present. Reunited at the funeral of their hometown hero, Chris Hayden, tensions escalate as their darkest secrets are revealed. Jeremy (David A.R. White-“Mercy Streets”), struggling with his calling as a former youth pastor, is caught in an awkward love triangle between his new fiancée and his old flame Sherry (Tracey Melchoir-“Bold and Beautiful”).

As the embers of their past relationship reignite, Jeremy’s fiancée Rachel (Stacey Keanan-“Step by Step”), is determined to solidify their relationship and demands he affirm his commitment to her. Gary (John Schneider-“Dukes of Hazzard”, “Smallville”) poses questions on everyone’s beliefs as this close knit group of friends contests world views, lifestyles, and personal passions. Pastor Wexler (Reginald Vel Johnson-“Die Hard”, “Family Matters”) encourages them not to give up but follow the truth that Chris Hayden lived. Hidden Secrets is a story of love, friendship, redemption and ultimately faith. Humorous, touching and always entertaining. Featuring Hit Music by Rachael Lampa and Building 429.


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This is a film we HIGHLY recommend seeing.  The cast is FABULOUS!  There are so many great actors in this one.  This film brings out so many different topics and situations.  This movie is serious, yet hilarious at moments.  I can see maybe some gettings offended at a couple of comments that are made during the film but yet when you take into account the character, it really is rather realistic.  This is not one I would recommend for the kids though.

Now for my favorite, yet least favorite character!  You have to see the movie to understand!

Her name is Autumn Pearl who plays Rhonda.  You’ll see her in the trailer as well.  This is the one that is the thorn in your side and causes you to be embarrassed she calls herself a Christian.

I wonder how many of us actually honestly fit into this character at one point of our Christian walk or another.  Something to think about and the wake up call is fabulous!

She did a FABULOUS job on this role and I don’t remember seeing her before in any of the other films I’ve watched.  I hope to see her again soon!

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