I have seen this movie before and am now glad to own it. It is very well made and true to life. I was 6 years old when this took place and I remember hearing about it and the ministry that continued there even after the death of these missionary men.
This movie is very well done. The content is accurate and helps viewers imagine the love these dedicated Christians had for Jesus, their neighbours, the unreached and for those seen by many as unloveable. A beautiful story of courage, faith, grace, forgiveness, true love and witness.
I twas a great movie. I would highly recommend it. No foul language. However the natives do have some partially bare bottoms but it portrays what it should. Tastefully done. Watch it and you won't be disappointed.
I didn't hear about this movie until a few months ago a friend told me about it. I bought it then my husband and I watched it together and loved it. I cried a lot in the movie. It was so incredible how these families forgave the murders of their loved ones. My favorite quote in the movie was when Nate was talking to his son Steve. Steve ask his dad if he was going to kill the Waodani people and he said along the lines no because they are not ready for Heaven but we are. That is something I'm not going to forget and it has stuck with me. I passed this movie on to my family members and they all loved it as well.