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14-year old Gertie (Victoria Elizabeth Staley) is singlehandedly raising her little sister, Izzie (Kyla Kenedy). Orphaned after their mother's death, the two girls are secretly living on their own, attempting to stay under the radar so they can remain together. Meanwhile Gertie's new teacher, Mrs. Freeman (Vanessa Williams), and her husband (Rockmond Dunbar) struggle with their inability to have a child. Both Gertie and Mrs. Freeman have fallen from faith, but can these two "broken" families find renewed devotion by coming together? Gifted with an inspired cast and uplifting message, Raising Izzie will touch your heart with the healing power of faith and family. Widescreen. Approx. 87 minutes.
Vendor: Image Entertainment
|Publication Date: 2013|
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lisablue5 Stars Out Of 5awesome movieJune 8, 2017lisablueQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I so enjoyed watching this movie, though as Ginger stated about the clothing as to some of the actresses were wearing, that shouldn't be a problem in christian movies but than again its all over this world & that I was mainly looking at the point if the movie, the outcome of what the movie was truely about, saving two sisters from living on their own in the system of not being seprated from each other & finding the faith to live again!
ginger2 Stars Out Of 5More modest clothing would improve an otherwise good showMarch 6, 2015gingerQuality: 2Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2I actually quite liked the show, but was disturbed by the continual cleavage shown by the main actress. Shouldn't we not have to worry about this in Christian programming? Isn't the main point in these types of movies the message, not the sexiness of the actors and actresses? As they'd say on Shark Tank, "For this reason, I'm out!"