As part of the Willie Handcart Company, Levi Savage (Jasen Wade) feared that leaving late in the season would lead to despair and death. What he came to find out is that for every tragedy, there is a multitude of miracles.
Based on unbelievable actual events, and brought to you by filmmaker T.C. Christensen (Praise to the Man, The Work and the Glory), 17 Miracles will open your eyes to the stories of the Mormon Pioneers as you have never seen them before. Something extraordinary is about to happen.
|Brought to you by T.C. Christensen (Praise to the Man, The Work and The Glory), 17 Miracles< is bound to be a classic movie that will live on for generations.|
|Many of extras who were cast in 17 Miracles were actual decendants of the Willie Handcart Pioneers, an extra detail that makes the movie even more significant.|
|Beautiful cinemetrography together with incredible storytelling and unbelievable miracles make 17 Miracles a movie your whole family will enjoy.|
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By David, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Simply one of the finest, inspirational, uplifting, engaging, entertaining LDS movies in the past 150 years. This is a video you will watch over and over again. Has anyone found the appearance of the "angel" character the director carefully placed in the opening scenes of the novel? You'll have to watch again just to find the angel before he ever comes on scene.
By Alethea, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This is a movie that everyone should see and own. This movie was made very well. When we went to see it in the theater there was not one dry eye in there by the end of the movie. I loved learning about what obsticles they had to go through. It really made me think about and remember how fortunate I am to have all that I do today and appreciate all that have. I could see this over and over again. It's an absolute must see film. I hope T.C. Christensen has more to come. This is recommended for everyone.
By Karrie, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This moving was amazing. When I saw it the theater, all those viewing were changed by it: When the movie ended we watched the credits and no one said a word, the credits were over and no one wanted to leave their seats of speak. When we finally all started moving to the door, still no one spoke. It was as if we were on Holy Ground. This movie was life changing for me.