A Letter to Dad

A Letter to Dad

Director: John Harwood, Johnny Remo Cast: John Ashton, Corin Nemec
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Overview

A Letter to Dad

A painful childhood still haunts Dan Donahue (Thom Mathews), the man at the heart of this moving drama inspired by real events. He is prepared to get married, but he can't move past the absence of his father. Writing a letter to the man proves to be a catharsis, but the real revelation occurs when Dan and his long-missing father (John Ashton) finally reunite. Will forgiveness and redemption triumph, or is Dan doomed to spend his life consumed by pain? ~ Kimber Myers

Product Details

Release Date: 09/22/2009
UPC: 0095163882464
Original Release: 1994
Source: Bridgestone Multimed
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:30:00

Special Features

Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Ashton Actor
Corin Nemec Actor
Thom Mathews Dan Donahue
Megan Gallivan Actor
Julie McCullough Actor
Dana Barron Actor
Janice Lynde Actor
Mario Van Peebles Actor
Paul Gleason Actor

Technical Credits
John Harwood Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Johnny Remo Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Lance Bachelder Co-producer,Editor
Michael Crain Cinematographer
Dan A. Donavan Executive Producer,Original Story,Screenwriter
Matt Gates Score Composer
Cathy Henderson Casting
Peter Kanter Production Designer
Ronald Spang Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- A Letter to Dad
1. Main Titles [2:08]
2. Love at First Sight [6:33]
3. The Picnic [2:32]
4. The Best Man [2:47]
5. Meet the Parents [3:54]
6. Why God? [2:34]
7. A Letter to Dad [1:48]
8. When I Was a Child [2:29]
9. Something Changed [6:40]
10. Moving On [7:50]
11. Good Times with Dad [2:14]
12. Trouble at Home [5:43]
13. Troubled Teen [4:41]
14. The Campfire [7:25]
15. Time to Change [2:35]
16. Becoming a Man [4:14]
17. Face to Face [6:29]
18. Looking Back [1:37]
19. Present Day [1:32]
20. End Credits [3:07]

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A Letter to Dad 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Moving christian movie concerning children and divorce - it does have many effects on a family life.