In Albany, Georgia, Caleb and Catherine Holt's marriage is in crisis and they decided to divorce. However, Caleb's father proposes that his son should delay their separation for 40 days and follow a procedure called "The Love Dare" to reignite their love.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Almost all locations used in the film (firehouse, hospital, houses etc.) were existing places that were donated for filming. The only area constructed specifically for the film was the area where Caleb crawls during the house fire, which was not part of the actual house. See more »
Michael's name-tag reads "W.C. Simmons" during his conversation with Caleb about the sanctity of marriage. "Michael" does not begin with a "W" or "C". See more »
While I'm Waiting
Written and Performed by John Waller See more »
I enjoyed the movie. It hits on many core issues in a marriage, whether you are spiritual or not. Individuals who are not believers will not like it and should stay home if they are not receptive. Just as I do not attend science fiction films because I do not like that genre.
Acting was much better than Facing the Giants. Excellent use of humor. With regard to all-white cast as referred by another summary on this site, I am not sure if that person actually saw the movie given the following facts:
The first word spoken in the movie is by a black person. The wife has two black friends who she she sees quite often. The first person who brings up God to Caleb is his Lt., a black man. There is one other black person at the station who has several lines.
I would hope that summaries be written by people who actually see the movie.
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