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Faith Of Our Fathers

Full Disclosure: I received a DVD free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience. 

Family - one of the most important things in my life. This week, I had a tragic reminder of just how important family is to me. Sometimes it's easy to let little things become big problems when the reality is most of the time problems really are trivial and insignificant in the big scheme of things.

I couldn't imagine not knowing my parents or not knowing my son. I couldn't imagine personally experiencing the horrors of war.

The Faith Of Our Fathers leads you through an emotional journey of two sons in search of their fathers. However, their fathers have been dead for 25 years. Their fathers wrote letters to their wives telling of their love of their sons which they didn't know. Through these letters the sons begin to learn who their fathers were and how they died.

This DVD is rated PG-13 due to some brief war violence. So I would not recommend it for young children. But Hubby and I watched watched it together, and we both enjoyed it.

This movie evoked a wide range of emotion. I enjoyed the plot and how it unfolded. And I enjoyed that it was a 'clean' movie without profanity. I also felt that each scene had purpose, and the movie didn't feel like it was just going on and on. I liked that it was fast-paced.

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