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Hannah White, the estranged daughter of a small town minister, is forced to return to her hometown of Trinity, TX. It's been 4 years since she fled the strict, religious home of her youth, and a past she'd rather forget. Now she has no choice but to confront the troubled relationship that caused her to leave four years before and the terrible secret that she can't seem to let go of.

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  • Actors: Andrea Bowen, Adam Mayfield, Lew Temple, Ron Jackson, Cyndi Williams
  • Directors: Michelle Mower
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: MTI HOME VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: April 9, 2013
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BB22FWM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,775 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on April 20, 2013
Format: DVD
4 Stars for Actual Movie
1 Star for Marketing Misrepresentation

If one were to look at the DVD packaging for "The Preacher's Daughter," you would undoubtedly guess that it was a slice of B-movie exploitation. I would like to say that whoever conceived of the idea to market the movie in this way was an absolute moron. Sorry, but it had to be said. Anyone looking for a "hot girls with guns" action film (as is portrayed) will absolutely loathe this movie. In truth, "The Preacher's Daughter" is a surprisingly effective character drama. And anyone looking for that type of film would definitely stay away from something that looks like a white trash epic or a vigilante shoot-em-up. Just to be perfectly clear: the movie is completely, one hundred percent misrepresented in its artwork and advertising! Not just a little bit. It's a lose-lose situation. People who buy it, won't like it. Those who would like it, won't buy it. Utter nonsense! Whew! That feels better. Now on to the movie.

Andrea Bowen (Desperate Housewives) plays the troubled young woman at the center of "The Preacher's Daughter." As we meet her, in an awful wig, her life is spiraling out of control in the big city. After a drug bust, she calls her daddy who happens to be a small town preacher. Despite having been estranged for four years, he picks her up and brings her home. As she faces her past, the story breaks into flashbacks and we see two concurrent time frames alternate from this point on. In the present, we see Bowen try to get her life back on track. In the past, we see just what caused her to flee town many years ago. And in both, the tale is told better than you might expect. The screenplay really focuses on developing Bowen's character and this is a nicely realized turn.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By bbrockRailFan on April 11, 2013
Format: DVD
When I saw the box cover I saw a a young girl holding a gun behind her back. As I was watching this movie I only remember her with a revolver
in one scene. The movie itself is fair. It is most certainly not a super violent or over the top movie as is lead to believe by the box art. This
is not even a crime related movie either. I saw it as more of something made for the Lifetime or HallMark Channel. This movie is pretty tame and barley
even deserves a PG rating. Maybe just for a small amount of profanity but their is no nudity in it at all. I think this movie needs different box cover art to properly represent it.
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By Daniel G. Lebryk TOP 50 REVIEWER on September 2, 2014
Format: DVD
The cover art for this DVD is so funny - a gun in the title, a girl dressed in hot shorts with a suitcase going to the big city, and the tag line, "When Good Girls Go Bad There's H-ll To Pay." The movie inside that case is nothing like that at all. The film is a reasonably predictable, well made, reasonably well acted movie about a girl that falls from grace.

Well you know, the cover art isn't exactly lying, but it isn't being terribly genuine about the film. Yes there is a moment where a guy points a gun at our hero. And yes the girl does move away to California. And yes there is a lot to pay by one weasel in the film. But this isn't a sheltered girl abused by a person in the church, going on a drug bender, and then coming back for revenge.

This is a sort of tender film. Hannah is home schooled by her mother. She is protected by her preacher father. And something happens to poor Hannah that changes her life. The bulk of the story is her father rescuing her and bringing her back to their small town.

One of the best moments in the film was when the wildly dressed girl from high school says to Hannah; well you are ahead of me in the sex category. Just because I know about it, doesn't mean I've done it. Isn't that funny, your parents’ home schooled you to protect you from sex education and look how you learned about it.

The film is intelligently built. The director did a nice job of flipping the timeline on its head. He used flashback a lot. Because Hannah wears a black and purple wig in the present day, and she is blonde in the past - there was no need to add other cues for placing time.

In general the main characters' acting was good.
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By JML on May 1, 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I loved this movie, it showed me not to judge people . The preachers daughter the one who everyone thought was so pure turned out to be the one who needed help the most. Great movie, watched it many times.
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By Kiesha Middleton on January 18, 2014
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I gave this movie to my daughter and she loves it. I gave it 2 thumbs up. I recommend this film! God bless!
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Format: DVD
Feel-good movie, with indeed a box and subtitle that don't have anything to do with it.
To avoid nasty consequenses in the present, Hannah is sort of forced to face the past. And that's not easy at all. By and by you come to understand what made her leave her hometown, because of the long flashbacks. Actually this film is more playing in the past, then the present. But that didn't really bother me. It's like a puzzle where you are given more and more parts. Although some parts are pretty predictable. But the emotions were played so nicely, that it became nice entertainment if you love family drama.
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