It all starts with one little seed of love."The Miracle Maker is coming!" Everyone in the tiny hamlet is excited when they hear the news that the renowned man of wonders is coming to their ... See full summary »
Why would Ivy O'Connor take her own life when she was so talented, stylish and loved by everyone? The mystery of Ivy's death reveals a heartbreaking reality and the real dangers that lurk in the hallways of our schools.
Bound by a shared destiny, a teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor embark on a mission to unearth the secrets of a place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory.
Angels seem to be quite popular these days, from both a Christian and a New Age standpoint, so this short 14 minute film will likely have a fair amount of appeal. Supposedly based on a true story, it recounts what is claimed to be an angelic intervention to save young Belle Richards and her even younger brother, who have defied their father's wishes to head out to collect tree gum. On the way they try to cross an area blocked by a rockslide and have the rocks slide out beneath them. Sure they're going to die as they fall toward a lake below them, they feel themselves lifted by a power and put back on safe ground. While Belle saw nothing, years later her brother Joe says (while in a delirious state due to fever) that he saw an angel during the incident.
It's nicely done and demands little from any of the actors involved. It's a Latter Day Saints (Mormon) production, but unless you know the somewhat nuanced differences, it will come across to many as basically mainstream Christian (one giveaway is when Belle refers to God as "Heavenly Father" rather than "my Heavenly Father" or "our Heavenly Father.") However, it didn't really seem to be evangelizing for the Mormons. It just told a tale that had been passed down through family history.
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