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For the faith based film fans out there, Millennium Entertainment has recently released a biopic about the late Christian music star Rich Mullins (best known for the hit song “Awesome God”) titled “Ragamuffin.” At 137 minutes, this sprawling film covers a lot of ground as it deals with Mullins’ childhood, demons, father issues, depression, romantic troubles, success, substance abuse, and his struggles with his own faith.
While “Ragamuffin” is certainly intended for a specific niche, it should be noted that the film’s content is significantly darker than the usual faith based movie which may turn off some viewers.
Presentation: 1.78:1 1080p.
Audio Track: Dolby Digital 5.1. Sorry folks, no hi-def track here.
* 2 deleted scenes.
* Millennium Entertainment trailers.
* “A Message From Dave Mullins”- Rich’s brother Dave talks about his late brother, “Ragamuffin,” and faith.
* “The Making of Ragamuffin” contains cast, crew, and musician interviews, discussions about Rich Mullins, behind-the-scenes footage, etc.
* Commentary by Dave Mullins and writer/director David Schultz.
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