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Mass - processing a tragedy

Mass - processing a tragedy

Actor-turned-writer/director, Fran Kranz, tackles a tough subject in his feature film debut, "Mass." The emotional aftermath of a school shooting for family members left behind seems like an unusual plot for a film, but Kranz hits all the right notes in this understated but realistic portrayal of two couples struggling to come to terms with what happened at their sons' school six years previous.
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Dear Evan Hansen—No one is ever alone

Dear Evan Hansen—No one is ever alone

Based on the Tony-winning stage musical, this film version by director Stephen Chbosky, tells of the emotionally-gripping story about a teenage boy who struggles with mental illness and desperately wants to connect, to be liked, and to find hope. A unintentional lie blossoms out of control, for good and for ill. But through it all Evan realizes he's never really alone.
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Come From Away - human goodness will always win

Come From Away - human goodness will always win

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Apple TV+ brings to the screen the musical that pays tribute to the people of Gander, Newfoundland, who welcomed over 7,000 people, practically doubling their population, when planes were diverted from American airspace after the attacks of September 11, 2001. The musical, at the same time heartwarming, funny, and respectful, tells the stories of the best of humanity on a day when the worst was also in evidence.
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A Father's Legacy

A Father's Legacy

"In my distress I called upon the Lord; to my God I cried for help. From his temple he heard my voice, and my cry to him reached his ears." This quote from Psalm 18:6 (NRSV) lies at the heart of "A Father's Legacy," coming to theaters for one night only on June 17th, just in time for Father's Day. God's providence peeks through this simple yet touching story of a son searching for a father he's never known.
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Finding You - Go Deeper

Finding You - Go Deeper

When Finley Sinclair (Rose Reid), an aspiring violinist, fails her audition for the Manhattan Conservatory of Music, she feels like prayer to God has let her down. So, she decides to take a semester abroad in a small coastal town in Ireland. As she sets out, there's no way for her to know that the experience will unlock her heart and her musical passion.
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