Local Actor Helps Bring Forgiveness to the Screen

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Feature Stories – Movie Reviews

This interview with actor Michael Wilhem was featured in the popular arts and entertainment journal Whatzup. Michael, who is both a gifted actor and a wonderful human being, played one of the lead roles in Healing River.

Viewers can find Healing River on Amazon and on DVD (next month).

About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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20 Responses to Local Actor Helps Bring Forgiveness to the Screen

  1. francisashis says:

    Congratulations.👍👍🌹I like ‘Justice without mercy is revenge’.Thanks a lot for sharing.

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  2. Looks like I’ve got another famous neighbor. Maybe I’ll offer him a part in the next production of “Satan’s Worst Nightmare.” 😉

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  3. pastorpete51 says:

    Very interesting back story to the film. It reminds me a little of the interviews with the actors who contributed to The Chosen. . Were you able to do this in spite of Covid or was all the filming done before the virus?

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  4. What a fun story! I love backstories to song lyrics, a piece of art and movies. But my favorites are getting the backstory to a snippet of God’s BIG story. It’s a little glimpse of the Creator at work on His masterpiece – humanities redemption.

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  5. Like. Like. Like!!! So cool…👌 Have not viewed the movie yet. But it is on my watchlist for our home date night. Looking forward to it.

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  6. mwilhelmblog says:

    Wow, Thank you for posting this. I hope it helps you draw a crowd for the movie.

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  7. Hetty Eliot says:

    It’s nice to see a positive portrayal of a Catholic priest these days. The film looks very interesting.

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  8. Just Jodie says:

    It is a great movie with great acting!

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  9. I enjoyed reading The interview with Wilhelm. To think that you connected with each other for this project after twenty years!

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