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Mill Creek Entertainment will release Bridgestone Multimedia Group’s faith-based drama Southern Gospel on DVD June 13.

In the film, Samuel Allen, a 1960s rock and roller, finds himself in jail after years of anger and blame toward organized religion have led him down a road of rebellion. In a moment of divine intervention, a judge dismisses drug charges against him under the pretense that Samuel speaks to local schools and churches about the dangers of drugs. Given a second chance, he follows in his father’s footsteps, overcoming the influence of a powerful church leader with a personal vendetta against his family, to find a higher calling. Samuel’s desire to use his talents to share a message of forgiveness is a challenge at every turn.

The film stars Emmy winner Max Ehrich (“The Young and the Restless,” “Under the Dome”), Katelyn Nacon (“The Walking Dead,” “Resurrection”), J. Alphonse Nicholson (“P Valley,” Just Mercy), Emma Myers (“Wednesday,” A Taste of Christmas), Gary Weeks (“Outer Banks,” “The Walking Dead”), and is directed by Jeffrey A. Smith in his directorial debut.

Southern Gospel’s limited theatrical opening on March 10 garnered a 100% Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer Score, according to Mill Creek.


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