Beautiful father-and-son moments seldom captured on screen. — Richard Propes, IndependentCritics.com
Striking cinematography and settings, poignant music, and convincing performances — a memorable depiction of a faith-centered world too seldom portrayed in the arts. — Richard Cracroft
Spared by a God he didn’t believe in, Jason Malek comes home with shrapnel wounds in his legs and the memory of his best friend dying in combat. As Jason struggles with the question of why he heard a voice that saved his life, he meets new neighbors who have challenges of their own. As he grows closer to them he discovers they have needs he is uniquely prepared to meet. He also learns more about his relationship to his father, who had been killed in a tragic accident when Jason was a young boy. In the end, he finds that coming home meant much more than what he had thought.
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