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Between Heaven and Hell
     

Between Heaven and Hell

5.0 2
Director: Jason Ward

Cast: Andrew Sensenig, Dennis O'Neil, Marvin Faulkner

 
A Texas man consumed by grief finds his life inexorably changed after witnessing the murder of a prostitute in this independent thriller inspired by actual events. In a desperate attempt to cover-up his brother's infidelity, a tormented detective commits a horrible crime, never realizing that Mike Taylor is watching from the shadows. Meanwhile, the local police chief

Overview

A Texas man consumed by grief finds his life inexorably changed after witnessing the murder of a prostitute in this independent thriller inspired by actual events. In a desperate attempt to cover-up his brother's infidelity, a tormented detective commits a horrible crime, never realizing that Mike Taylor is watching from the shadows. Meanwhile, the local police chief finds his corrupt past returning to haunt as he works to make the city streets safe again. As Mike struggles with the decision of what to do with the information he has, he soon realizes that a man's actions - not his words - are the best indicators of his true character.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/16/2010
UPC:
0859522002012
Original Release:
2009
Source:
Rivercoast
Presentation:
[Wide Screen, Color]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:51:00

Special Features

Filmmaker Commentary; Interviews; "Eternity" Music Video

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Between Heaven and Hell
1. Bitter Drive [1:37]
2. The Bar [6:35]
3. Dumpster [3:42]
4. Waking Up [3:01]
5. Painful Memories [3:00]
6. Choices [1:57]
7. Waiting [6:31]
8. Confessions [3:11]
9. Little Whore [1:26]
10. No Leads [2:14]
11. Brotherly Love [2:27]
12. Mitts [1:45]
13. Mistakes [5:55]
14. Neutral Ground [5:00]
15. Fall Of Man [3:49]
16. Red Delicious [3:02]
17. Bob [1:26]
18. The Cross [3:32]
19. The Playpen [4:24]
20. Lies [4:19]
21. Secrets [5:47]
22. Church [5:01]
23. Old Man [3:05]
24. Past Flames [6:19]
25. Regrets [4:50]
26. Showdown [6:55]
27. Resolutions [5:17]
28. Credits [4:18]
1. Bitter Drive [1:37]
2. The Bar [6:35]
3. Dumpster [3:42]
4. Waking Up [3:01]
5. Painful Memories [3:00]
6. Choices [1:57]
7. Waiting [6:31]
8. Confessions [3:11]
9. Little Whore [1:26]
10. No Leads [2:14]
11. Brotherly Love [2:27]
12. Mitts [1:45]
13. Mistakes [5:55]
14. Neutral Ground [5:00]
15. Fall Of Man [3:49]
16. Red Delicious [3:02]
17. Bob [1:26]
18. The Cross [3:32]
19. The Playpen [4:24]
20. Lies [4:19]
21. Secrets [5:47]
22. Church [5:01]
23. Old Man [3:05]
24. Past Flames [6:19]
25. Regrets [4:50]
26. Showdown [6:55]
27. Resolutions [5:17]
28. Credits [4:18]

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Between Heaven and Hell 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Ladi2bug71 More than 1 year ago
One of the best Independent films I have seen. The story is powerful and forces you to think about lifes choices.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Marvin Faulkner and crew, through a provocative story of murder and corruption, have provided a realistic look at a number of life's existential issues - from the impact of deeply felt grief to the need to find purpose in life. This film is quite profound and engaging. In fact, each time I view it, new details emerge that add to the story's complexities and meaning. The quality of the film itself, including the directing and visual effects, is surprisingly excellent. Clearly, a great deal of time and care went into the writing and creating of this important work. Also, a special treat on the DVD is the very moving music video featuring the amazing voice of Ali Faulkner. I have to say it is rare these days to discover a film that is true to life but also offers a spiritual perspective without sermonizing. Faulkner's movie touched me unlike any other in recent years. A true gem.