Heaven's Rain is the true story of the Douglass family, whose lives were irrevocably changed one evening 30 years ago. The son, after becoming an Oklahoma State Senator and authoring ...
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The Amendment is the true and inspiring story of finding triumph over tragedy, injustice and loss. In 1979, Brooks Douglass and his sister Leslie survived a devastating crime that rocked ... See full summary »
Silas Weir Mitchell
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Heaven's Rain is the true story of the Douglass family, whose lives were irrevocably changed one evening 30 years ago. The son, after becoming an Oklahoma State Senator and authoring groundbreaking victims' rights legislation, is forced to move forward from his past.Written by
Heaven's Rain Productions
This is an incredible (true) story of love and forgiveness and illustrates the importance of the lessons imparted early in life and the strength that can come from a loving family.
You need to see this movie. The R rating is uncalled for. There is no graphic violence, nudity or even cursing. A family with teenagers could watch this one for movie night.
For a movie with a small ($1,000,000) budget, the production is excellent and the cinematography is well executed. The acting was terrific, with Brooks Douglass turning in an outstanding first time performance, playing the role of his own father. Mike Vogel is great and has all the mannerisms of Brooks Douglass down cold. Taryn Manning really drew me into the story as Leslie Douglass (Brooks' sister). Erin Chambers was very good as the reporter who ties the whole story together.
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