Yellow Day chronicles a young man's life-changing and inspirational journey through the mysterious Yellow Day. To many, the Yellow Day is simply a fun day celebrating outreach at a kid's ...
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Yellow Day chronicles a young man's life-changing and inspirational journey through the mysterious Yellow Day. To many, the Yellow Day is simply a fun day celebrating outreach at a kid's camp, but to some, God bestows visions and miracles, transforming their lives. For this young man, the Yellow Day becomes an imaginative adventure: showing him true heroes, challenging him to face his fears, find love, and inviting him to accept grace, so that he can be shaped into who he is meant to be. On this day, the young man is presented remarkable stories in Faith, Hope, and Love coming from true stories of real life heroes in the special needs, chronic illness, and domestic abuse communities at the extraordinary Camp Grace, a beautiful retreat with the motto: "Lives are changed and souls are strengthened." Guided by a friendly 10-year-old girl, his spiritual journey back to the light, to witness the triumphs of others, face his fears, and fulfill his destiny, will test the strength of both his...Written by
The film did very poorly at the box office. Mostly cause the film was released around the same time as, Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (2015). See more »
Very niche highly religious, Christian movie not recommended for atheist family viewing
This is very niche, super Christian and should be marketed as such. We bought it in the supermarket as a fantasy movie for a very irreligious UK child and family. The movie was branded "enchanted kingdom" we were very disappointed, expecting a fantasy genre. It is weird, unbelievably slow and tear jerking. It was so awful, so terrible, different from most movies and freaky - we watched it all in absolute horror, waiting for the twist in the tale, expecting it to drift into an outright horror movie. I never write reviews but felt this movie needed one to clarify what it is about. A little girl ghost/vision character repeatedly calls the lead female "girly" which I find very creepy. The chaste Christian romance was icky. My 9yr old said it was terrible beyond words.
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