Preacher's Kid

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Overview

Seeking to experience life on her own terms after growing up a preacher's daughter, twentysomething Angie King joins a traveling gospel show in this contemporary retelling of "The Prodigal Son." When Angie discovers just how difficult life on the road can be, she hesitates to return home with nothing to show for herself, and for fear that her father doesn't love her anymore.
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Overview

Seeking to experience life on her own terms after growing up a preacher's daughter, twentysomething Angie King joins a traveling gospel show in this contemporary retelling of "The Prodigal Son." When Angie discovers just how difficult life on the road can be, she hesitates to return home with nothing to show for herself, and for fear that her father doesn't love her anymore.
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Special Features

The prodigal experience: reflections on a story; The music of the preacher's kid; LeToya Luckett: a rising star; The preacher's kid in Atlanta
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/4/2010
  • UPC: 883929052288
  • Original Release: 2009
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Bonus DVD
  • Time: 1:50:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 59,112

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Essence Atkins
LeToya Luckett
Kierra Kiki Sheard
Durrell "Tank" Babbs
Ella Joyce
Clifton Powell
Sharif Atkins
Greg Alan Williams
Technical Credits
Stan Foster Director, Screenwriter
Marc Bienstock Executive Producer
Richard J. Cook Executive Producer
Matthew Crouch Producer
Simon Dobbin Production Designer
Stan Foster Producer
Frank Helmer Costumes/Costume Designer
Tim Miner Score Composer
Richard Nord Editor
Dave Perkal Cinematographer
Darryl Taja Producer
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  • Posted November 23, 2011

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    Where You Are Loved.

    This DVD is appropriate for ages 16 to 23 years of age due to some of the content. "Preacher's Kid" is a coming of age drama that includes some sexual content (it is not graphic, it is implied); some drug content (the smoking implied that it is marijuana); and there is dating violence and abuse. LeToya Luckett is our central character and she would like to "see" the world and find out what more there is to life than just what is happening inside the church. Her story is best used to encourage older teenagers and young adult Christians to avoid leaving behind their Christian values, being aware of compromise, and guarding their spirit (inner person) against "worldly" pressures. An excellent DVD for a youth discussion group or youth ministry.

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