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Josh and Anne just moved into their first house. George and Tia live next door. George is retired and ready for life to slow down a little. Josh is a young idealistic social worker ready to be welcomed to the neighborhood. Much to Tia's chagrin, George has little interest in giving Josh a warm welcome. What starts off as a day of yard work and random to-dos for the new neighbors turns into a series of misunderstandings and confrontation. Inspired by actual events, Fenced Off explores the reality that loving your neighbor can be complicated. Dove approved (12+). Widescreen. Closed-captioned. Approx. 77 minutes.
Publication Date: 2014
Guest3 Stars Out Of 5Moral but not ChristianDecember 31, 2015GuestQuality: 3Value: 4Meets Expectations: 1This movie has a good moral message about reaching out to your neighbors and avoiding stereotypes, but it's not a movie that would be considered Christian. There is alcohol use among the main characters, and there is no mention of Christ.
Very Pleased3 Stars Out Of 5Fenced OffDecember 17, 2015Very PleasedQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 5Very good ! Helps if you are dealing with prejudices and stereotypes
Rhonda2 Stars Out Of 5Trailer is better than movieJuly 4, 2014RhondaQuality: 2Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1This movie is low-budget -- slow, lame and, in parts, difficult to follow. It was not worth the money I paid for it. However, the underlying message was good - racism ... and the story actually portrayed that quite well.
Definitely would not recommend it... and definitely won't be watching it again!!