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Film Night; ‘Hidden Secrets (2006)’

May 4 @ 8:10 pm - 9:30 pm

Hidden Secrets

Our Parish Cinema invites you all to see “Hidden Secrets (2006)”

“How well do you know your friends?”

When your past becomes your present… What would happen if your secret was suddenly exposed? Nine friends discover just how explosive it can be, as their past becomes their present. Reunited at the funeral of their hometown hero, Chris Hayden, tensions escalate as their darkest secrets are revealed. Jeremy (David A.R. White-“Mercy Streets”), struggling with his calling as a former youth pastor, is caught in an awkward love triangle between his new fiancée and his old flame Sherry (Tracey Melchoir-“Bold and Beautiful”). this scenario may sound familiar, but believe me, it’s not what you think. These cacophonies take place in a film called “Hidden Secrets,” which stars “Smallville”’s star John Schneider and “Mercy Street”’s, David A.R White.

As the embers of their past relationship reignite, Jeremy’s fiancée Rachel (Stacey Keanan-“Step by Step”), is determined to solidify their relationship and demands he affirm his commitment to her. Gary (John Schneider-“Dukes of Hazzard”, “Smallville”) poses questions on everyone’s beliefs as this close knit group of friends contests world views, lifestyles, and personal passions. Pastor Wexler (Reginald Vel Johnson-“Die Hard”, “Family Matters”) encourages them not to give up but follow the truth that Chris Hayden lived. Hidden Secrets is a story of love, friendship, redemption and ultimately faith. Humorous, touching and always entertaining. Featuring Hit Music by Rachael Lampa and Building 429.

“Hidden Secrets” is a story of love, friendship, redemption and ultimately faith, featuring hit music by Rachael Lampa and Building 429.

 

ARE YOU IN? 

Title: ‘Hidden Secrets (2006)’

Time: 8;10pm

Date:  Friday 4th May 2018

Location: Church Hall St Swithun’s Church

Watch a clip of this film

 

Organiser

Father Marcin
Phone:
02392 828305
Email:
mdrabik@portsmouthdiocese.org.uk
Website:
www.stswithuns.org.uk