In November of 1833, the state of Missouri turned a blind eye as hundreds of its peaceful inhabitants were hunted down and driven from their homes in the dead of night. Against this impending strife, a young man with a divine vision leads a people against the aggression of an anti-hero with a vulnerable past. With more than two million copies sold, the second volume of Gerald N. Lund's epic series The Work and the Glory now brings a pivotal moment in American history to the big screen. "The Work and The Glory: American Zion" sets the story of the fictional Steed family against the historically factual backdrop of the Mormon people's move into the West. Divided by their diverse reactions to a nascent ideology, the Steeds struggle to hold together as the strength of their convictions and their filial bonds are tested. The stirring narrative of the faith that led a persecuted people to Missouri and beyond is one of the most poignant untold tales of American history. It is the account of ...
Every Dream Has A Price
21 October 2005 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Fé e Glória - O Sonho Americano
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Opening Weekend USA: $518,222,
23 October 2005
Gross USA: $2,025,032
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $2,025,032
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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The first LDS film to receive a major theatrical release on its opening weekend (not just limited to Salt Lake City and then expanding wider if it does well) See more
At our wedding, you told us something.
I believe I told you to kiss the girl.