Joshua

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  • G
  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 2002
  • Running time: 91 min
When Joshua moves to the outskirts of Auburn, he awakens the curiosity of the sleepy town. The locals aren't quite sure what to make of him. They don't know who he is or where he came from, but no one can shake the feeling that they've known him for years. read more
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When Joshua moves to the outskirts of Auburn, he awakens the curiosity of the sleepy town. The locals aren't quite sure what to make of him. They don't know who he is or where he came from, but no one can shake the feeling that they've known him for years. Known only by his first name, his wisdom and compassion place him at the center of the town's attention. This attention intensifies asJoshua shatters prejudice and misconception, and even seems to perform miracles. Despite his benevolence and selfless work in the community, some remain suspicious. There are those who fear that no one in today's world would do something for nothing. Just whatexactly is Joshua up to? In the end, it is the answer to that question which is nearly extraordinary as the discovery of that sametransforming power in each of their own hearts.

Original Release

04/19/2002

Cast

Directors

Jon Purdy

Writers

Joseph F. Girzone, Brad Mirman, Keith Giglio

Cast

Colleen Camp Joan Casey
F. Murray Abraham Father Tardone
Kurt Fuller Father Pat Hayes
Tony Goldwyn Joshua
Stacy Edwards Maggie
Jon Purdy
Giancarlo Giannini The Pope
Eddie Bo Smith Jr. Theo
Michael Guido Aaron
Matt Zeigler Kevin
Marc Grapey Steve Casey (as Mark Grapey)
Rich Komenich Ray Persini
Dale Calandra Leo Persini
Cedric Young Charlie
Tim Grimm Bishop Anderson
Jordan Allen Michael Reed
James Meeks Muntoe
Bernie Landis Rabbi Szeneth
John Sierros Policeman (credit only)
David Pasquesi Eli Cohen

Producers

Editors

Richard Nord

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