THE IMPOSTER, a film about redemption, forgiveness and the lives we lead behind closed doors, releases on DVD today.  Created by director Daniel Millican for Serendipitous Films and Pure Flix Entertainment (The Wager, Sarah’s Choice), THE IMPOSTER is distributed at retail outlets nationwide through EMI/CMG and through the Pure Flix online store.

Starring Kevin Max (dc Talk), Jeff Deyo (formerly of Sonicflood), and Kerry Livgren (Kansas, AD), THE IMPOSTER tells the story of a popular Christian rock band Grand_design whose lead singer, Johnny C (Max), is spiraling out of control.  After his wife and band mates discover his secret life offstage, Johnny C’s life begins to fall apart. Coached by his mentor Proff (Livgren) and a crazy homeless man Tom Wright (World Trade Center, Barbershop), he begins a journey back home to rebuild what is left of his family and home life.

The DVD, which includes bonus featurettes including “Unmasking The Characters”, Full Music Videos of “Believe (Is An Act)”, “Empty”, “Carry On Wayward Son”, and Study Guide Scenes will be available at all major Christian stores on February 23, 2010. The suggested retail price for THE IMPOSTER (UPC# 893261001943) is $19.99.

To purchase online, click http://www.familychristian.com/shop/product.asp?prodID=119716

For more information or media resources for THE IMPOSTER, visit: www.pureflix.com/imposter

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