Today’s Prayer Focus

Love Different

not reviewed
Moviemaking Quality:

Primary Audience:
Adults Teens
Comedy Christian
1 hr. 34 min.
Year of Release:
USA Release:
April 1, 2016 (Washington, D.C.)
April 29, 2016 (DVD, YouTube, VHX)
Copyright, SONset Friday Entertainment click photos to ENLARGE
Relevant Issues

black culture—seeing the world from the perspective of a person of another race

RACISM—What are the consequences of racial prejudice and false beliefs about the origin of races? Answer

Racism, Ethnicity Issues and Christianity
Get biblical answers to racial hot-topics. Where did the races come from? How did skin color come about? Why is it important to have a biblical foundation for such issues?

injustices and discrimination

social status

economics / finances

marital discord


parenting crisis

love—“not everyone needs the same kind of love”

Featuring Jenn Gotzon … Lindsay Walker
Anthony Hackett … Neque Campbell
Thomas Mikal Ford … Mr. Chamberlain
Kevin Fredericks … Professor Black
Teranee Fransha … Lisa Campbell
Aidan Michael Toth … Brandon Walker
Leshe Shari … Sheena
Michael J. Patterson … Greg
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Director Anthony Hackett—“Crisis Call” (Catastasis) (2015)
Producer SONset Friday Entertainment
Distributor SONset Friday Entertainment,

“When cultures clash… Hilarity ensues”

Here’s what the distributor says about their film: “Lindsay Walker, a Caucasian woman who grew up in a small, all Caucasian town, gets a job at an African American consulting firm and finds herself in a complete culture shock!

An African American co-worker, Neque Campbell, is given the task to help Lindsay get acquainted with the African American culture. Lindsay has 48 hours to learn about the African American culture in order for her not to lose her job.

Through their hilarious and eye-opening journey together, they both come to understand even more than they signed up for.”

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See list of Relevant Issues—questions-and-answers.

Viewer CommentsSend your comments
Positive—I got to see an early preview of this movie and enjoyed it. Found it very funny and had me thinking at the end. JESUS himself loves us each a little differently. He responded one way to the pharisees and another way to the woman at the well. Jesus loved them, but we are individuals and respond in different ways. This movie mainly deals with people coming together though they are from different worlds. Hats off to Jenn GOTZON, an awesome actress who has played in some other Christian movies I recommend like DOONBY. ANTHONY HACKET keep making movies and keep making us laugh.
My Ratings: Moral rating: Excellent! / Moviemaking quality: 4
Rockinron Corino, age 53 (USA)
Positive—I truly enjoyed this film!!! I love the fact that the actors spoke in today’s vernacular. The sentiments addressed were truly heartfelt. The acting was true to life. The message was very clear, not confusing. The movies boasts of being hilarious, and it captures that wonderfully. I will share this movie with anyone who desires to watch it. Thank you for a fantastic element of Christian entertainment with a meaning !!!
My Ratings: Moral rating: Excellent! / Moviemaking quality: 4½
Valeria, age 53 (USA)

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