Movie review by Sandie Angulo Chen, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 13+

Touching, well-acted drama about faith, family, service.

PG-13 2018 119 minutes

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 10+

Based on 2 reviews

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age 17+

Excellent Christian movie!

I was surprised to see a Christian movie with such action: very realistic war scenes with tanks, machine guns, aircraft and seemingly shot in Iraq! The symptoms and impact of PTSD were realistically depicted. I now understand why some ex-soldiers do not want to talk about their war experiences. I thought the chaplain was a bit weak on Bible and theology though: he couldn't answer very basic questions on the problem of evil ("why does bad things happen when there is an almighty and good God"). No wonder he struggled with his own faith for a while. Thankfully the basic Biblical answers to this question was given, albeit by another character. All in all, an excellent movie from many perspectives, including good acting, realistic nail-biting action, PTSD, relationships, romance, Christian faith, apologetics, the Iraq war etc. Highly recommended, also to non-Christians.

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age 10+

Realistic Portrayal of Effects of PTSD in War and on marriage

My husband and I both felt this was one of the best movies with faith based themes that we have ever seen. Gritty, realistic, intense (too much for most younger children) gripping, compelling , and hopeful - This movie doesn’t imply there are any easy answers only the truth that when we come to the end of ourselves, Jesus is there to get in the dirt with us and work it out.

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