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On her 15th birthday Avery Colden discovers that she is to be given as a secret bride to the new Prophet of a religious cult. She escapes with the help of Army Colonel Jude Marks and a renegade female sheriff. When they find out that a younger girl will take her place as the secret bride they join forces to expose the truth that lies hidden in a town in Utah. Col. Marks calls in favors from the military and Washington but even that may not be enough to help them fight the deeply secretive cult. Written by
Red Road Productions
I saw this film at The Newport Beach Film Festival. In all honesty, this film left me speechless. I could not decide to walk out in the middle of the film or cry. Don't get me wrong, not because the film us no good, but due to the powerful impact this film has. Polygamy is such a "hush hush" topic, and this amazing film, just puts it out for all to see. At the end of the film, I could not even react, by how touched I was by this film. Being a fan of the show "Big Love", is what brought me to this movie. The excellent acting and directing is what made me a fan. The world needs more films of this caliber. Bravo! Cant wait to get this on DVD.
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