The play is full of emotional provocation and faith testing, self forgiveness, ignorantly blaming God for an incident that is beyond self control, pro-temptation of faith by the wife, steadfast church pastor, and finally, restoration of faith. It is a movie that may help those who need healings in their souls for an unusual incident that has happened in life of which they have been struggling with to let go and have a fresh start. In general, it is good movie to watch for every believer regardless of any tragedy occurrence or not, it strengthen our faith.
Great film. Two plots intertwined into one powerful story. Production was good, director and screenwriter excellent job handling such a painful topic. Acting was excellent and believable ( even gang members,sometimes that falls short in films). Shows God's faithfulness as we sometimes struggle through devastating life events that leave us numb and frozen as everything goes on around us. Great surprize ending. Tough to sit through the anguish, but as with most good films , it leads to a better place. the title does'nt so much reference the initial Salvation experience ( coming to the Cross) as it does God's power to bring us (save us) through even the most difficult of trials. But God is held high throughout the film. Caution for violence and minor rude language (necessary and not gratuitous-construction sight and gang violence in a PG setting) 'PG' for that and adult themes.