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Just finished watching this on Pureflix. I like that it's based a true story, though you don't get the true end of the story until the credits start to roll. Definitely worth the wait.
Typical of lower budget faith films, you might catch yourself thinking a scene or a line could have been better, but that's in some way the point of this film -- it's not the superficial things that really matter.
Watch it for the story, discover for yourself the true glory.
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