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A Horse from Heaven (2018)

G | | Family | 9 June 2018 (USA)
A troubled girl finds faith, hope, and healing through a relationship with a wounded horse.

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David de Vos
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Mandy Grace Mandy Grace ... Mandy
Devan Key Devan Key ... Bradley
Donna Rusch ... Diane
David de Vos ... Jack
Isabella Mancuso Isabella Mancuso ... Zoey
Ariana Guido ... Lauren
Caris Kozak Caris Kozak ... Sarah
Steven Kirk Steven Kirk ... Radio DJ
Candace Kozak Candace Kozak ... Trailer Park Girl
Jackie Kozak Jackie Kozak ... Trailer Park Mom
Todd Wilkerson ... Chemistry Teacher
Matthew Reithmayr Matthew Reithmayr ... Sportscaster
Dana Risvold Dana Risvold ... Horse Whisperer
Taylor James Taylor James ... Ranch Hand
Maya Primeau Maya Primeau ... Pregnant Trainer
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A troubled girl finds faith, hope, and healing through a relationship with a wounded horse.

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Every good gift comes from above See more »

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Family

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G
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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The school used in the movie is Oaks Christian High School in Thousand Oaks, California. See more »

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Horse From heaven was funny, inspiring, and I want to see it again
15 June 2018 | by joelletjedSee all my reviews

I just attended the premiere of this movie and it was one of the most fun audience experiences for me and my family. The whole audience was laughing, crying, and commenting during the whole show because we could all relate to the very likable characters...as well as some of the more sassy ones.

I overheard one of the young audience members say, "I wish there were more films like these." I couldn't agree more. These days, it is so challenging to find a movie that the whole family can enjoy without being concerned about alarming language or bathroom humor. Even the animated movies are awash with cruddy messages.

This film is filled with lessons about faith, trust, honesty, friendship, stewardship, compassion. It reminded me of the great Sunday night movies that Disney used to broadcast back in the 70s.


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