Not Easily Broken

Not Easily Broken

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Director Bill Duke steps behind the camera for this adaptation of the T.D. Jakes novel concerning a newly married couple that finds their union threatened by pressures involving faith, family, and finances. As the couple exchanges their vows, the minister lays a cord around them while uttering the blessing, "a threefold cord is not easily broken." Later, during their darkest hour, the minister's advice to always keep God at the center of their marriage could be the only thing that keeps this troubled pair together.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/07/2009
UPC: 0043396264281
Original Release: 2009
Rating: PG-13
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:40:00
Sales rank: 16,526

Special Features

Closed Caption; Making Not Easily Broken ; Deleted scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Morris Chestnut Dave Johnson
Taraji P. Henson Clarice Clark
Maeve Quinlan Julie Sawyer
Jenifer Lewis Mary 'Mama' Clark
Kevin Hart Tree
Wood Harris Darnell
Eddie Cibrian Brock Houseman
Niecy Nash Michelle
Cannon Jay Bryson Sawyer
Albert Hall Bishop Wilkes
Jeff Krebs Trauma Doctor
Nathaniel Carter Deshawn
Brendon Terrell Marcus
Kwame Boateng Darius
Henry Brown Mr. Reid
Olivia Brown Mrs. Reid
Lee Reherman Coach Spinello
Elizabeth Uhl Trauma Nurse
Justin Michael Carter Male Onlooker
Garry G. Curtis

Technical Credits
Bill Duke Director,Producer
Aaron Norris Producer
Michelle D. Adams Casting
Alison Ball Musical Direction/Supervision
Brian Bird Co-producer,Screenwriter
Steven Brown Executive Producer
Diane Charles Costumes/Costume Designer
Kurt Farquhar Score Composer
Cecil Gentry Production Designer
Kimberly Hardin Casting
T.D. Jakes Producer
David Lombard Musical Direction/Supervision
Geary McLeod Cinematographer
Morris Chestnut Executive Producer
Craig Pavilionis Art Director
Josh Rifkin Editor
Mark D. Steinbeck Sound Mixer
Curtis Wallace Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Not Easily Broken
1. Chapter 1 [3:58]
2. Chapter 2 [2:34]
3. Chapter 3 [3:51]
4. Chapter 4 [3:54]
5. Chapter 5 [4:50]
6. Chapter 6 [2:04]
7. Chapter 7 [2:39]
8. Chapter 8 [1:23]
9. Chapter 9 [3:21]
10. Chapter 10 [1:55]
11. Chapter 11 [3:00]
12. Chapter 12 [3:59]
13. Chapter 13 [5:25]
14. Chapter 14 [4:45]
15. Chapter 15 [4:14]
16. Chapter 16 [7:25]
17. Chapter 17 [5:52]
18. Chapter 18 [1:04]
19. Chapter 19 [3:43]
20. Chapter 20 [2:43]
21. Chapter 21 [2:12]
22. Chapter 22 [2:11]
23. Chapter 23 [1:09]
24. Chapter 24 [5:35]
25. Chapter 25 [2:02]
26. Chapter 26 [3:15]
27. Chapter 27 [2:33]
28. Chapter 28 [7:41]

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Not Easily Broken 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
good movie I love it
EGHunter01 More than 1 year ago
*Great for those thinking about marriage. *Draws you in. *Emotional. *This is a quality marriage/relationship DVD on lessons of love, listening, and caring for your marriage partner. *Offers insightful advice. *Do a house, a car, and/or a nice employment position determine that a couple will have a good marriage? How does all this hold up when it is gone? These are just some questions to ponder. *This DVD offers quality advice to strengthen a marriage. Another DVD you may want to view is "Fireproof", it is good too.
Robbie-G More than 1 year ago
First, let me say I'm unmarried. Saw this on the big screen. Couples would do well to not only view this together, but share its meaning with as many people as possible. The unmarried should grab hold to this work-of art, and make it a part of their plan in matrimonial success. The performances, interaction, and interlocking spiritual nature of this film cries out for a world-wide audience! Without giving too much detail, let me suffice to say that in a world where relationship films are increasingly becoming one-dimensional, it's refreshing to soak up a healthy dose of some desperately-needed, long-forgotten, reality.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Morris Chestnut is gorgeous but the movie even made that real. His wife begins to take that for granted depite me, the viewer, not being able to forget as the screen flashes from scene to scene of his athletic build playing basketball, working out, coaching little league. That's like marriage; we forget to "see" our spouses as others do or even as we did when we were dating. The way their marriage began to fall apart slowly and without real understanding or communication on either of their parts, was realistic and well written. The ending is wonderful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago