Surviving Confession (2018)

Surviving Confession (2018)
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  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release year: 2018 ()
  • Running time: 90 min
  • Original Title: Surviving Confession
  • Voted: 166

A disgruntled priest, conflicted with his faith, has his world turned upside down when an unlikely person enters his confessional.

1Sarah SchreiberCharlotte
2Clayton NemrowFather Morris
3Ken GambleCancer Man,Charlie
4Jayne MarinMary
  • Powerful and thought-provoking by 9

    Surviving Confession is a very mature film, yet very accessible. It covers strong themes sensitively and skillfully, while the power and impact is subtle yet impactful. A thoroughly entertaining and thought-provoking indie film.

  • Charming, Funny and Eminently Watchable by 8

    This film has a lot of heart, and impressive what they manage with so few locations. The confession box has much opportunity for interesting characters, secrets, stories and misunderstandings.. They succeed in making a charming, funny watch.

  • Great film for those who enjoy thought by 8

    What this film lacks in new and changing physical environments it makes up for with its writing and perspective. A majority of the film takes place inside a church confessional. At first, I was concerned about whether or not I would enjoy the movie because of this lack of changing scenery. However, it's very character-driven. The dialogue offers different perspectives on some prejudice commonly directed at Catholicism. The film could be difficult to appreciate if you can not empathize or relate to any one of the characters or what they're going through.

  • Enjoyed immensely by 10

    I really enjoyed watching this movie. My partner and I sat glued to it. The characters are so well drawn out and leaves you feeling like wanting more!!!

  • Good Watch by 7

    Surviving confession discusses a bold theme - role of confession without guilt.

    All characters exhibit the same attitude towards life and the vacillations of protagonist's character trying to be true to his job and at the same time, fighting the belief systems in the modern world is portrayed well.

    Amber brings freshness to the film. Her attitude towards the whole system of confessions and the way she deals with her own problem is heart touching.

    The climax is the most effective part of the film. It was handled well.

    All in All a good watch.

1Mark Farneycinematographer
2Daniel Perrycomposer
3Matthew Tibbenhamdirector
4Nathan Dodgeeditor
5Sutton McKeeproducer
6Nathan Shane Millerwriter