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It's the same old, same old at the local diner. Jim, the owner, hides in the kitchen. The regulars retread old banter. And some new guy sits alone at the counter. Then, a simple idea shatters that dull routine. The same old, same old? Not tonight. Not ever again.
- Tony Campolo interview
- Audio Commentary (Director & Sound Designer)
- Behind the Scenes
- Screen Tests
- Teaser Trailer
- Theatrical Trailer
- And More
Length: 20 minutes Bonus Features: Approx. 50 minutes.
Vendor: Crown Entertainment
Availability: In Stock
Sharon Brockman4 Stars Out Of 5July 9, 2009Sharon BrockmanI liked the concept of this film; however, I did not think it was long enough. I think it could have been better if there was more of a completeness and follow-up of the story - such as more details and focus on the other people in the diner and their individual personal lives and problems, instead of just having the focal point on the sins of one woman. The film could have gone into more depth about the other characters' lives/shortcomings to appeal to a broader audience.
blesst1AlabamaAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5March 12, 2009blesst1AlabamaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleThis short film is wonderful and touching. It really makes you think and realize not to judge others by appearance. It's amazing what God will do to reach His children!
Tana Haines5 Stars Out Of 5January 19, 2009Tana HainesI thought this movie was very thought provoking. The ending was worth waiting for. I feel that many could be inspired by the message of this film. I really enjoyed the interview with the author. It might even be more effective to listen to that first, anyway, we do very much recomend this film. Excellent!