Last Sin Eater

The Last Sin Eater

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Director: Michael Landon Jr.

Cast: Louise Fletcher, Henry Thomas, Liana Liberato

     
 
Michael Landon Jr. directs this period drama set in 1850s Appalachia and concerning a young girl who carries a crushing burden. Ten-year-old Cadi Forbes' (Liana Liberato) sister has died as the result of a tragic accident, and now the surviving sibling can't help feeling somewhat responsible for her

Overview

Michael Landon Jr. directs this period drama set in 1850s Appalachia and concerning a young girl who carries a crushing burden. Ten-year-old Cadi Forbes' (Liana Liberato) sister has died as the result of a tragic accident, and now the surviving sibling can't help feeling somewhat responsible for her sister's untimely death. Desperate to shake the guilt she feels and absolve her dearly departed kin from her Earthly sins, Cadi seeks out the assistance of the one person rumored to have the power of achieving both goals -- the mysterious Sin Eater (Peter Wingfield). In the midst of her redemptive quest, however, young Cadi uncovers a malevolent secret that threatens to destroy her family and divide her tightknit community. Only after discovering the truth about Jesus Christ and the human condition does Cadi realize that there is only one man capable of providing absolution of sin, and the word of that man can only be found in the Holy Bible. Henry Thomas and Louise Fletcher star in a feature adaptation of the novel by best-selling Christian author Francine Rivers.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/15/2007
UPC:
0024543427537
Original Release:
2007
Rating:
PG13
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:58:00

Special Features

Behind-the-scenes featurette; Deleted scenes

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Louise Fletcher Miz Elda
Henry Thomas Man of God
Liana Liberato Cadi Forbes
Soren Fulton Fagan Kai
A.J. Buckley Angor Forbes
Stewart Finlay-McLennan Brogan Kai
Peter Wingfield Sin Eater
Elizabeth Lackey Fia Forbes
Thea Rose Lilybet
Kim Myers Iona Kai
Gabrielle Fitzpatrick Bletsung McLeod
Valerie Wildman Gervase O'Dara

Technical Credits
Michael Landon Director,Editor,Producer,Screenwriter
Brian Bird Producer,Screenwriter
Scott Boland Casting
Victoria Burrows Casting
Nancy Cavallaro Costumes/Costume Designer
Bobby Fisk Sound/Sound Designer
Robert Gros Producer
Don Hauer Asst. Director,Co-producer
Brian Matthews Executive Producer
Mark McKenzie Score Composer
Mark J. Mullins Art Director
Robert Seaman Cinematographer
Eric Weiler Co-producer,Production Designer
Shelley Wiereck Associate Producer
John Wierick Associate Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Last Sin Eater
1. Main Titles / Ritual [1:55]
2. Color and Beauty [6:34]
3. Never Look at Him [7:18]
4. Too Much Hurt [2:58]
5. Follow Me [2:26]
6. Children's Tales [4:19]
7. What's Done is Done [5:56]
8. Dead Man's Mountain [6:35]
9. The Offering [6:41]
10. Take My Sins [2:16]
11. The Ceremony [3:47]
12. The Stranger [3:42]
13. Cadi's Burden [6:32]
14. Original Sin Eater [1:48]
15. Miz Elda's Story [2:51]
16. Rage [5:15]
17. Refuge [5:42]
18. Sin Eater's Cave [4:20]
19. Cave Paintings [5:39]
20. Secrets and Lies [6:13]
21. Truth Revealed [2:25]
22. Set Free [7:06]
23. Little Bit of Heaven [4:28]
24. Baptism / End Titles [3:51]

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The Last Sin Eater 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MichelleSutton More than 1 year ago
Since the closest theater where it was playing was in Tucson, we missed it at the box office. But my husband bought the DVD and it was fabulous! The acting was excellent, the movie was powerful, and the details followed the book very closely. I hadn't read the book since it came out about ten years ago, but was amazed at how much I recalled once I saw the film. The director was Michael Landon, Jr. and it was clear to me that he has talent. I haven't seen a better film with better acting than this one in years. In fact, I normally always like the books better but this one was so well done I think the movie brought out even more emotion than the book, and that is what makes it worth watching. If you haven't seen this movie yet, buy the DVD. I guarantee it will be a great investment. The redemption theme in so powerful it will take your breath away.