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  • Actors: Corbin Bernsen, Lorne Cardinal, Frank Gall, Lloyd Warner, Audrey Lynn Tennent
  • Directors: Corbin Bernsen
  • Writers: Corbin Bernsen
  • Producers: Corbin Bernsen, Chris Aronoff, Dana Lesiuk, James Greilick
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Cantonese, English, French, Korean, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 5, 2010
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003X82CZM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,576 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Rust" on IMDb

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Director's Commentary
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The Making of Rust
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Lloyd
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A minister undergoing a crisis of faith stumbles into a mystery when he returns to his small hometown, Kipling. Corbin Bernsen (L.A. Law) wrote and directed Rust, in which he stars as James Moore, who has turned his back on his religious calling. When he returns to Kipling, he discovers that a childhood friend has been convicted of setting a fire that killed a family--but Moore can't believe his friend could have done it. As he digs into the events, he starts to rediscover a sense of purpose--but will he uncover the truth in time? Many Christian-themed movies suffer from a lack of production values, but Rust, though clearly shot on a low budget, looks terrific; the cinematography makes the most of the wintry landscapes and Bernsen's craggy yet still-handsome face. The movie starts slowly, but as Moore's investigation kicks in, the story picks up momentum. The conclusion reaches for a somewhat awkward symbolic dimension, though the themes of doubt and renewed faith will appeal to a Christian audience. --Bret Fetzer

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In the midst of a midlife crisis of faith, a man finds hope where he least expects it – his hometown. James Moore (Golden Globe nominee Corbin Bernsen) is a former pastor who returns home to discover a family new to the area has been killed in a mysterious fire, and his childhood friend is implicated in the murder. Convinced of his friend’s innocence, James sets out on a mission to find the truth… and in the process, rediscovers his own lost faith. An uplifting drama about faith, family, and the powerful ties that bind a community together.

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Very nice entertaining movie, well done.
rjd747
This is a good film for any who are struggling to restore their Faith in God or anyone looking for a well put together movie.
RDtoo
God says to love our neighbors, not just those who are "like" us.
bamatina

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124 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Sandra Carrington-smith on October 19, 2010
Format: DVD
Rust, an inspirational film starring Golden Globe nominee Corbin Bernsen, was a nice surprise. A little fed up with many of the plot-poor movies of late, I found myself browsing the shelves at Blockbuster not even hoping to find anything worth watching, when I stumbled into this title.

Rust tells the story of James Moore, a former pastor going through a midlife crisis of faith. Unable to come to terms with his doubts, he returns to his hometown seeking answers he hopes to find at the old church where he initially felt his calling as a child. Upon his return, James finds the place quite changed, and he learns of a local family who perished in a fire apparently set by Travis, his childhood friend and local loon. James goes to visit Travis in jail, and while he is a little surprised about his friend's implication, he can't but accept the man's own rendition of what happened the fatal night of the fire. A few days later, a disturbed local youth takes his life, and the town mourns the loss while collectively shaking its head at what could have motivated the young man to go through with such an unthinkable act. James continues to visit Travis in jail, and time after time, he becomes more and more convinced of the man's innocence, even if Travis himself accepts his fate as it is; his memorable words at some point: "My mother is fine; I am fine. It's all according to God's plan -He creates the plan, we only have to play our part." RustMindless of Travis's acceptance of whatever plan may be at play, James begins to dig deeper to find out what truly happened.
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Scott Prazak on October 16, 2010
Format: DVD
It doesn't take strong observance to see after watching a few minutes of this that this was a personal journey for Corbin Bernsen. His busy résumé came to an interesting pause here as he took the writer's, directors, and co-producer's chair for this, and despite a slow start, I gradually become deeply engrossed as the film progressed. I love movies with character growth and flavor which slowly marinates the heart, and considering many of the acting projects he has done in the past, this was really refreshing. I don't think it will grab audiences in droves as the Kendricks' films (Fireproof, Facing The Giants). However, this is nevertheless very touching, inspirational, and profound. Although there is not a huge amount of characters who are involved in the fire mystery, which is the big subplot, you still need to pay close attention to the dialogue which reveals subtle pieces of information along the way. James Moore (Corbin's character) is of course the center of the whole film, and every scene (either purely scenic or dialogue driven) is an emotional step along his path back to where he should be in his relationship with God.

Corbin's real father passing in 2008 inspired him to take on this project, and knowing that piece of information going in makes viewing this even more inspirational. There are several great documentaries on this DVD, including a memorable tribute to his dad. I highly recommend this!
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By G. B. Walker on October 15, 2010
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Rust is a fine little movie - and the DVD is worth getting for the extras alone, which show the process Corbin Bernsen went through to get this picture made in Kipling, Saskatchewan. The feature on Lloyd Warner is very moving, and shows what can happen when someone has a little faith - which is also a theme of Rust. Bernsen's personal story and faith journey also are touching and heartfelt.

The movie itself: good start - little dip/drag in the middle - big finish. The townspeople/actors of the cast do a fine job - there are some classic faces in this film.

An inspirational way to spend an evening!
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Larry A. Whited on November 17, 2011
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I have read through several of the reviews for this movie, and I would like to offer a slightly different perspective. I won't repeat what has already been said by those who provide an adequate synopsis of the storyline--that's not necessary. I also am not going to focus on the acting of Corbin Bernsen and join at least some others in pouring on the accolades. He did a very fine job, no shortcomings at all. I will emphasize that many local residents from Kipling--a rather bleak-appearing small town in Canada--comprised most of the cast, so the movie does not have Hollywood's polish...nor does it need it. And to be fair to Kipling, the town may not be bleak at all, but the wintry and stark scenes certainly did help set an appropriate mood. But now here is the review that I would like to offer:

This fictional account (not a true story as another reviewer stated) is fully compatible with a Christian outlook. It is not irreverent, which is a welcomed change compared to so many other movies. The beginning and the end of the movie tie things together nicely, and there are some spiritual matters (faith-oriented) addressed as the movie moves along. However, this is not a movie in which the gospel is presented or promoted--there are hints of it, but no more. Nevertheless, the movie is a journey of a minister who had to step back from life and regroup, so understandably his personal faith is pivotal to the storyline. That said, the movie is more about the former minister finding himself than it is about him finding God. All this is accomplished when a local tragedy of the past becomes the vehicle for developing a mystery that you cannot help but try to solve yourself as the movie delicately draws you in.

I was absolutely captivated by Lloyd Warner who played the antihero.
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