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The Home Coming

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Teen to Young Adult
Christian Comedy Drama
1 hr. 2 min.
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The Home Coming

Starring: Jeremy Peter Johnson, G. Rily Mills, Aimee Garcia, Tony Mockus | Directed by: Rock Lane | Produced by: Laurie Leinonen, Michael O. Sajbl | Written by: Rock Lane, John Shepherd | Distributor: World Wide Pictures

Jordy Rembrandt is a big-city tough guy with an attitude and a history of bad decisions. When he’s sent to a small-town high school to complete his senior year, he discovers “fitting in” takes on a whole new meaning.

Like any of us faced with peer pressure requiring choices, Jordy yearns for acceptance… in spite of his rough exterior. He tries the usual ways to get it—he plays football, goes to parties, dates a cheerleader.

But it isn’t until he’s faced with the love of Christ that he begins to understand the meaning of true acceptance.

We recommend this movie for teens.

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…It’s a winner…
—Dawson McAllister, Shepherd Productions

A beautiful film for the whole family.
—Dale and Roy Rogers

…A cross between “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and “American Graffiti,” only with more depth…
—Dave Geisler, Breakaway Magazine