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Welcome To Paradise

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Rating: 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)

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This movie shows what Christians working together can accomplish and how apart, can be destroyed.

Film Synopsis:

Welcome To Paradise is an inspirational family film about a preacher, Debbie Laramie (Crystal Bernard) and her son Hayden (Bobby Edner).

They are sent from a big city church to the small town of Paradise, where Debbie finds a community in desperate need of direction and a town that turns its back on its neediest neighbors. She tries to build a new vision for her congregation that embraces everyone, even the poor and outcast, but the deep rooted veil of indifference may be too strong to lift.

  • Crystal Bernard … Debbie Laramie
  • Bobby Edner … Hayden Laramie
  • Brian Dennehy … Bobby Brown
  • William Shockley … Kent Dylan
  • Beth Grant … Frances Loren
  • Ken Jenkins … Reverend McNamara
  • Nick Searcy … Reverend Ellington
  • Lou Beatty Jr. … Trevor Goodman
  • Cynthia Boris … Church Goer
  • Brianne Costa … Snobby Girl
  • Doug Cox … Izzy
  • Danielle Dearing … Church Goer
  • Elizabeth Dennehy … Helen Brown
  • Loy Edge … Nate Twain
  • Lorilynn Failor … Twyla Twain
  • Paul Ganus … Bart
  • Lisa Angelina Green … Shopkeeper
  • Michael Tyler Henry … Donnie Bottinelli
  • Bailey Huff … Schoolyard Bully
  • Chris Kato … Valet
  • Shelby Kern … Bailey’s Friend
  • Kelly Lazarus … Beth
  • Robbie Moore … Church Member
  • Marianne Muellerleile … Doris Fargo
  • Jim O’Heir … Fred Fargo
  • Emily Pennington … Bailey
  • Connie Ray … Patsy Nellis
  • Leslie Riley … Teacher
  • Evan Sabara … Kip
  • Michael Seaman … Scott Sullivan
  • Timothy Stack … Eugene Fennig
  • Brad Stine … John Sullivan
  • Jennifer Titus … Young Mother
  • Lindsay Weems … Waitress
Company: Echolight Studios
Contact Person: Denver Smith
Email: Email Contact
Welcome To Paradise, 4.0 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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  1. keke carrier says
    26 June 11, 2:04am

    I have to say that this was one of the most beautiful Christian genre films, I have ever seen, it was so well done and in all put together very well, an amazing, amazing presentation of Grace.
    It was just such a major inspiration and changer of mind sets. God bless this production and the people in it, and behind it.

  2. maria da penha says
    21 October 13, 11:15am

    òtimo filme. Grandes mensagens para reflexão.

  3. 05 March 17, 8:32am

    The film may inspire some but was trite and unrealistic. If you are seeking to engage serious questions our culture has or faces, this is not the film.

    Marcus Sanford
    script developer

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