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Woman, Thou Art Loosed: Healing the Wounds of the Past

The book Woman, Thou Art Loosed: Healing the Wounds of the Past was made into the movie Woman Thou Art Loosed.

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Book details for Woman, Thou Art Loosed: Healing the Wounds of the Past

Woman, Thou Art Loosed: Healing the Wounds of the Past was written by T. D. Jakes. The book was published in 1993 by Treasure House. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

 

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This book offers healing to hurting single mother, insecure women, and battered wives; and hope to abused girls and women in crisis! Hurting women around the nation--and those who minister to them--are devouring the compassionate truths in Bishop T.D. Jak... Read More
This book offers healing to hurting single mother, insecure women, and battered wives; and hope to abused girls and women in crisis! Hurting women around the nation--and those who minister to them--are devouring the compassionate truths in Bishop T.D. Jakes' phenominal classic, Woman, Thou Art Loosed!

Movie details for Woman Thou Art Loosed

The movie was released in 2004 and directed by Michael Schultz, who also directed The Flight of Dragons (1982). Woman Thou Art Loosed was produced by 20th Century Fox. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Kimberly Elise, Loretta Devine, Debbi Morgan, Michael Boatman, Clifton Powell, Idalis DeLeon, T.D. Jakes, Sean Blakemore, Jordan Moseley, Philip Bolden, Destiny Edmond, Louisa Abernathy, Amy Aquino, Malik Barnhardt, Porscha Coleman, Conni Marie Brazelton, Lanier Edwards, Ellia English, Mary Evans (II) and Jozella Reed.

 

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Woman Thou Art Loosed is a powerful, tragic feature film adaptation of the bestselling, inspirational book of the same name by Dallas-based minister T.D. Jakes. Jakes plays himself in this fictional movie (which is derived from his work with women seeking... Read More
Woman Thou Art Loosed is a powerful, tragic feature film adaptation of the bestselling, inspirational book of the same name by Dallas-based minister T.D. Jakes. Jakes plays himself in this fictional movie (which is derived from his work with women seeking guidance after experiences of abuse), lending his golden presence in a story about a death row inmate, Michelle (Kimberly Elise), whose childhood rape by her clueless mother's boyfriend leads to one catastrophe after another. Elise is very good in a difficult part, her character deeply cynical and seemingly beyond the reach of love, yet still human. The rest of the cast is also very fine: Loretta Devine as the ever-in-denial mom, Michael Boatman as a childhood friend who recalls Michelle's innocence, and Sean Blakemore as a criminal trying to steal the doomed heroine's soul. Veteran television director Michael Schultz ably guides the drama toward its quiet, unforgettable ending. --Tom Keogh