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What would you do if you were raped and left to die? What would you do if someone you love pressured you to do something that goes against your beliefs, all in the name of love? How strongly would you stand on God's word for direction? Or would you? This is one woman's story.
Count It All Joy is a dramatic film about life, love and immeasurable loss. Anya Mitchell has it all: a successful financial services company, a loving fiancé and an unshakable trust in God. Her life is seemingly perfect -- until she is attacked in her office by a stalker. Her fiancé helps her deal with the horrific reality, but when a painful truth is revealed, Anya is faced with a serious dilemma: either she chooses a future with her fiancé and leaves this tragedy in the past, or she follows the path she believes God has chosen for her -- even if it means losing the man she loves.
Vendor: Jax Distribution
|Publication Date: 2011|
CherieNashville, TNAge: 45-54Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5What Would You Do?December 4, 2012CherieNashville, TNAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4What would I do? That was one of the first questions that came to my mind when I first read the book "Joy" by Victoria Christopher Murray. The story revolves around Anya, a successful business woman, engaged to an equally successful man, and outlines the joys and frustrations of her life. In the midst of it all, however, Anya never loses her faith, even when the unthinkable happens.
Leo Hall and LaughCryThink Films did an awesome job bringing this film to life. It was both entertaining and thought provoking. There were many obstacles Anya had to navigate. Many questions she had to answer. What would I do? Watch the movie and ask yourself - What would you do?