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Echoes of Innocence (2005)

A contemporary high school girl hears voices and sees visions like Joan of Arc. She is torn between her commitment to a long-lost first love and her growing feelings for another.

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Nathan Todd Sims
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sara Simmonds ... Sarah
Jake McDorman ... Dave
Natalie Jones ... Beth (as Natali Jones)
Matt Vodvarka Matt Vodvarka ... Alec
Cody Linley ... Christopher
Nadir Akram Nadir Akram ... Robert
Rolanda Brigham Rolanda Brigham ... Kinion
Benjamin Dane ... Connely
Matt DeVinney Matt DeVinney ... Matt
Hector Escalante Hector Escalante ... Hector
Julie Rankin Julie Rankin ... Katy
Scottie Wilkison Scottie Wilkison ... Grandma
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Baldridge Chris Baldridge ... Extra
Anna Beddingfield Anna Beddingfield ... Ashley
Tyler Farris ... Boy at shooting (as Tyler Bucky)
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A contemporary high school girl hears voices and sees visions like Joan of Arc. She is torn between her commitment to a long-lost first love and her growing feelings for another.

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content, violence and thematic issues

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 February 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Virgin See more »

Filming Locations:

Flower Mound, Texas, USA See more »

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Budget:

$350,000 (estimated)
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Echoes Of Innocence
8 January 2011 | by cindynavarro713See all my reviews

This movie is one that will require you to know who Joan of Arc is, so I did have to provide background info to my teen-aged grandchildren. However, when they watched this with me, they found the storyline and action every bit as intriguing as I did. Their perfunctory sighs soon turned to "shhh" whenever anyone spoke. On one hand I did have to explain some of the symbolism to them, but I do believe they would have enjoyed it just as much without my need to turn movies into teachable moments. I thought the acting was very good and the story was one that unfolded at a nice pace. I found it to be a film that not only spoke to a relevant issue for today's teens, but also presented a beautiful allegory to those of us who are Christians. Frankly, I have watched it several times, and I enjoy it more with each viewing. It certainly is a very thought-provoking film and one that I would recommend to others. The fact that the main character Sarah (Sara Simmonds) was not Catholic, yet her spiritual mentor was a Catholic priest (Benjamin Dane) was handled in a sympathetic yet realistic manner. The acting skills of both, plus the rest of the cast, was sheer delight to watch.


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