Into Temptation

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Overview

A jaded priest finds hope and redemption in the unlikeliest places in this indie drama from writer-director Patrick Coyle. Jeremy Sisto stars as Catholic priest Father John, who has become complacent in his vocation until the day that a depressed prostitute, Linda (Kristin Chenowith), wanders into his confessional and reveals that she intends to commit suicide on her birthday -- and then disappears. Father John's quest to find and save the woman leads him on a journey into the city's sexual underworld, where he ...
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Overview

A jaded priest finds hope and redemption in the unlikeliest places in this indie drama from writer-director Patrick Coyle. Jeremy Sisto stars as Catholic priest Father John, who has become complacent in his vocation until the day that a depressed prostitute, Linda (Kristin Chenowith), wanders into his confessional and reveals that she intends to commit suicide on her birthday -- and then disappears. Father John's quest to find and save the woman leads him on a journey into the city's sexual underworld, where he finds help from unexpected sources. Brian Baumgartner (Kevin from The Office) turns in a supporting performance as a fellow priest. ~ Sandra Bencic
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/27/2009
  • UPC: 687797128690
  • Original Release: 2009
  • Rating:

  • Source: Millennium
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 54,145

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jeremy Sisto John Buerlein
Kristin Chenoweth , Linda
Brian Baumgartner , Fr. Ralph O'Brien
Bruce A. Young Lloyd Montag
Amy Matthews Nadine Brennan
Tony Papenfuss Zeke
Greta Oglesby Miriam
Ansa Akyea James St. Clair
Isabell Monk O'Connor Tessie Thomas
Patrick Coyle Steven Miller
Linda Kelsey Corrine Buerlein
Lola Lesheim Della
Technical Credits
Patrick Coyle Director, Screenwriter
James R. Bakkom Production Designer
Ron Digman Casting
David Doyle Cinematographer
Scott Ferril Editor
Deborah Fiscus Costumes/Costume Designer
John J. Frey Executive Producer
Anne Marie Gillen Executive Producer
Russell Holsappe Score Composer
Ann Luster Producer
Valorie Massalas Casting
Michael McHugh Executive Producer
Lee Percy Editor
Barbara Shelton Casting
Carol Frey Wolfe Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Into Temptation
1. Main Titles [:15]
2. Confessional [5:06]
3. How Alone I Am [8:10]
4. Members Only [3:58]
5. Persona Non Grata [8:27]
6. Buy Me a Drink [6:52]
7. Deaf Ears [9:03]
8. Always Faithful [9:49]
9. Desire [9:20]
10. Float Away [10:50]
11. Happy Birthday [8:34]
12. End Credits [9:43]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Into Temptation
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   Scene Selection
   Setup
      Audio
         English Digital 5.1 Surround
         English 2.0 Stereo
      Subtitles
         English SDH
         Spanish
         Subtitles: None
   Previews
      Into Temptation
      Monster
      It's Alive
      Infestation
      Command Performance
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Into Temptation

    Great film! Jeremy Sisto was very compelling as the priest Father John. The movie was funny and emotional. Good plot and surprise ending. I couldn't stop thinking about it after wards. I highly recommend it.

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