This movie was well done and dealt with the terrible tragedy of the death of the Amish girls in a very tactful way. The main message of the movie is the ability to forgive even what seems unforgivable and reach out a helping to others. My entire family was moved by this movie. I highly recommend it!
I love this movie and the best part is the ending,there should be more of us as forgiveing other like the amish.The amish people are true to god and careing to others we can sure learn from this movie and it can change one life at a time.i love and recommand this movie to everyone
This movie portrayed the need to forgive on a level different from any other movie I've seen. It is a tear-jerker and you will need a box of tissues near by. Although about a mass murder, there were no graphic scenes, only the story of a mother and her struggle to forgive. It was a movie that I felt comfortable sharing with my teen-age and pre-teen daughters. I am fairly conservative with what I allow my children to watch, so this says quite a bit for this movie.
As a born again christian, even I dont know if I could express such grace and forgiveness if it was my child that was killed.......what a wonderful testimony of forgiveness through suffering - truly many "lump in the throat" moments from a true story. I am sure the Lord has blessed abundantly those families involved in this real-life tragedy.