Thursday, October 21, 2010


Jimmy Moore (Corbin Bernsen), a former minister, returns to his childhood  home. While some things never seem to change in the town of Kipling, some are vastly different from the town he remembers. Jimmy's best friend, Travis (Lloyd Warner), is now in a psychiatric prison after confessing to setting a fire that resulted in the deaths of an entire family. Everyone else in town accepts that Travis is responsible, but Jimmy doesn't believe it. Not only does Jimmy search for clues to clear Travis, but this is also a search for his own faith.

Corbin Bernsen, who wrote, directed, and stars in this film says that this is his most personal project. After the death of his father, Harry Bernsen, Corbin began to search for his own faith. RUST was filmed in Kipling, Saskatchewan and many of the roles in the film are portrayed by local residents. The acting is definitely amateurish, but I enjoyed watching the film. This is an uplifting film on faith, family, and community. A very strong message on friendship, trust, family, faith, and sacrifice is revealed throughout the story.


Runs about 95 minutes. Subtitles in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin, Korean, & Thai. There are also several bonus features. Rated PG.

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Anonymous said...

Sounds really good!!!! :):):):):):):):):):)

Karen Stover said...

Sounds great!!! Would love to see it

Hatfield said...

Even if, as you say, the acting isn't the greatest; the story line sounds intriguing.

Anita said...

Ohh sounds interesting.