Release Date: 03 April 2006 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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R&B star David Taylors (Boris Kodjoe) life at the top of the entertainment industry screeches to a halt when a heavy dose of reality hits him hard in director Rod Hardys THE GOSPEL. While enjoying the familiar trappings that success brings, David suddenly discovers that his estranged father, Pastor Fred Taylor (Clifton Powell), has fallen ill. Father and son havent spoken since Davids mother died, but when he hears the news, the singing star cancels a tour and returns to Atlanta to see his dad. After Fred dies, its assumed that Davids old school friend, Frank (Idris Elba), who remained faithful to the church while his buddy sought fame and fortune, will take over as pastor. But in a surprising move, it transpires that Freds last wish was for his son to assume the role. This causes acrimony among members of the church, who are angry that such a highly coveted position is being handed to someone who has lived a life of sin. David responds by bringing some Hollywood glitz to the church, and assumes the position with a vigour that rocks the community. But on rediscovering his faith, and possibly finding true love with choir singer Rain (AMERICAN IDOLs Tamyra Gray), it seems he may turn his back on his old ways for good, much to the consternation of his manager, Wesley (Omar Gooding). Coupling soaring gospel songs with an exploratory look at the way African-American churches operate, THE GOSPEL is both uplifting and educational. Singers such as Yolanda Adams, Fred Hammond, and Gray herself are given plenty of screen time to do their thing, with director Hardy getting the balance of music and plot just right throughout.

Behind The Scenes Featurette,, Deleted Scenes
Release Date: 03 April 2006
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance

Region 2
Aspect Ratio: 1.85 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1
Running Time: 99 minutes
Production Year: 2005
Main Language: English
Subtitles: Arabic\Croatian\Danish\Dutch\English\Finnish\Greek\Hebrew\Hindi\Hungarian\Icelandic\Italian\Norwegian\Polish\Romanian\Slovenian\Spanish\Swedish\Turkish\Portuguese
Dubbed Languages: Italian\Spanish
Hearing Impaired Languages: English

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Catalogue No: CDR40330