On the day of her engagement, Grace Kieler finds her family and fiancé divided on political matters. With her future husband off to join the Union army and her brother vowing loyalty to the... See full summary »
On the day of her engagement, Grace Kieler finds her family and fiancé divided on political matters. With her future husband off to join the Union army and her brother vowing loyalty to the Confederates, she is torn. She promises her father that she will protect and care for her brother. Upon her father's death Grace decides to cut her hair, don her brother's clothes, and take his name to join the ranks of the Rebel army. She must find him and keep him from getting killed. Along the way, she meets Virginia Klaising, a widow and mother grieving the death of her only son. Virginia begins to fall for this Rebel 'boy' as they travel the backwoods avoiding both armies trying to get back home. By the same turn, Henry (Grace) finds himself comforted by this unfortunate woman. Together they are able to mend the wounds that tear the underpinnings of the heart. As love blooms and the secret becomes harder to conceal, the two realize that they have something precious---an unspoken candor that ... Written by
A very well done film by Director Whitney Hamilton. Not only did she direct the film she also wrote and stars in it.
This was a very well made film about the civil war and the women who wanted to fight in the war that they disquised themselves as men in order to fight in the war. This is a film that definitely kept my interest.
The direction, writing and acting in this film was first rate. I am looking forward to more films by Whitney Hamilton.
I am looking forward to seeing the sequel to the film Union that is supposed to be release later this year.
Many people only watch major films, but if someone just took the time they will find that independent films are just as good.
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