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With the Vietnam War raging in 1969, two young fathers report for duty. A man of great faith and a doubtful cynic. A quarter-century later, their sons, Wayne and John Paul (David A.R. White and Kevin Downes), meet as strangers. Guided by handwritten letters from their fathers from the battlefield, they embark on an unforgettable journey to The Wall-the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. Along the way, they discover the devastation of war cannot break the love of a father for his son. Written by
"Faith of our Fathers" is the latest film from Pure Flix (the studio behind "God's Not Dead" and "Do You Believe?) with a message. The story starts off with John Paul George (Kevin Downes) wanting to know more about his father, who died in Vietnam. He finds some letters in the garage about a man named Eddie Adams. He eventually comes face-to-face with Eddie's son, Wayne (David A.R. White). What follows is a road trip where the two men eventually bond and become brothers. Amidst the men's trip, the film also flashes back to the two men's fathers in Vietnam.
There's a little violence during the war-time scenes, but nothing too graphic. There's also no language and no sensual scenes. With this in mind, it's a perfect film to watch with your family. Highly recommended.
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