God's Compass (2016)

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On the night Suzanne Waters celebrates her retirement, she is faced with a series of crisis she could not have imagined.

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  • Karen Abercrombie in God's Compass (2016)
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  • Brandon Seth Chinault and T.C. Stallings in God's Compass (2016).
  • Brandon Seth Chinault in God's Compass (2016).
  • Brandon Seth Chinault in God's Compass (2016).

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Trivia

The school hallway scene was filmed at Liberty Christian Academy in Lynchburg, Virginia.


Goofs

A main plot point of the film involves Joey Ibanez as a 16 year old delinquent and problems he faces due to his age. He is clearly far older than that, having appeared 7 years earlier as a police officer in Big Night. His 2018 "ExploreTalent" modeling profile lists his age as 34, making him 32 as of the film's 2016 release date. At one point, his character makes a comment that he doesn't plan on reaching age 30. He was only 7 years younger than T.C. Stallings, who would become his adopted father.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Drama

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Release Date:

2016

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Lynchburg, Virginia, USA

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