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Watch “At the Cross” on Amazon Prime Video

Holiness Becometh Thine House, O Lord, For Ever. – Psalm 93:5

Watch: “At the Cross” on Amazon Prime. Produced & Directed by Temeko Richardson; Starring John Henry Richardson, Eric J. Black, Craig Geoghan.

The description provided on Amazon Prime reads:

At the Cross is an inspirational drama about a Bishop who makes unpopular decisions through cancel culture to lead an interracial church in an urban neighborhood at the risk of losing his son. It’s Touched By An Angel meets Southern Gospel.

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This is definitely a drama, filled with lots of engaging dialogue, with some captivating musical pieces and dance numbers. All of this while focusing on the spiritual center of the film.

Many controversial topics are explored including of course religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, racism, and what it means to have flaws while being Christian.

One of the great things about this film is the variety of elements including Rich and engaging dialogue, interview style sidelines, dance choreography, and soulful music.

There is something very authentic about the delivery from many of the actors, and it leads me to believe that for many of them this was a passion project that is giving us a peek into the spiritual beliefs of the creators.

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In fact, as I am writing this during the final scene in the film, there is scrolling text that convinces me that this is so. Another great thing about this film is that it doesn’t feel pushy about religion at all. This is something that usually repulses me. However, with “At the Cross” we have something that feels more like a dramatic documentary giving us a glimpse into the lives of everyday folks struggling within their spiritual, and overall community.

Also check out another of Temeko Richardsons Productions titled “I Am Him“, a series in which you can find me in one of the dance class scenes coming this summer.

Unfortunately, this BS comes up on Amazon, so I am not able to write a review at this time for :At the Cross” for some reason, even though I have before. I am going to look into this and resolve it ASAP.

*** edit: I just read through. It’s always about money. I haven’t spent at least $50 on Amazon in the last 12 months so I’m ineligible to rate, review, or even star for now. Dumb.