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Through a Lens Darkly: Grief, Loss and C.S. Lewis (2011)

The grief over the death of a loved one, the devastation of a physical or mental impairment, the pain of divorce or separation, or the distress of job loss and foreclosure. The physical and emotional responses to grief can be as heart wrenching as the loss itself. So where does a person turn for answers and encouragement in a time of despair, doubt or fear?

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Chelsie Casagrande ...
Young Wife
Nina Coppola ...
Girl in Grief
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Little Girl
June Felix ...
Woman with Memory Box
Glad Faith Klassen ...
Narrator
Lowell Lewis ...
Man in wheelchair
Christopher B. Papale ...
Homeless Man
Ilsa Pravina Elena Ortiz Peterson ...
Lost Girl
Eugene Pridgett ...
Mane Alone
Tara Snyder ...
Deserted Mom
Harold Stockman ...
C.S. Lewis
Zach Tyler ...
Young Husband
Tyrone Williams ...
Prophet Job
Christina Yendall ...
Caring Wife
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Storyline

Moving stories of individuals and families touched by a significant loss who have begun their journey to recovery, and who share their thoughts on the timeless wisdom of C.S, Lewis's most personal and reflective book, "A Grief Observed." Anyone facing personal devastation can find a path to healing and hope in this inspirational and informative film. Written by Amy Dallis

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grief | fear | See All (2) »

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Drama

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7 July 2011 (USA)  »

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$30,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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