Struggling to find fulfillment in romance, blossoming filmmaker Sarah moves to New York City to pursue her passion. Then she meets Reece, the man of her dreams! As their love story unravels, Sarah experiences heartbreak and forgiveness as she ponders a lifetime of relationships. Can she find the strength to put the past behind her? Dove approved (12+). 86 minutes. Closed-captioned.
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2 Stars Out Of 5
The Father's Love
June 17, 2015
I purchased this movie, previewed it and returned it as I did not feel comfortable offering it from our church library. The movie had at least two bedroom scenes inappropriate for family entertainment offered through a church library.
Offering hope to those who need to leave their past behind and move forward!
June 3, 2015
Sometimes when we want love so badly, we are willing to take it in the most unlikely of places. Far too often in places we wouldn't recommend a friend to do it, but often times willing to accept less than for ourselves, just to have it.
As a young girl, Sarah struggled to find a way to fill the hurt in her own life when her father failed her and her mother in being loyal to his family. Now as she has grown she is looking for it in all kinds of places, from work, to partying in her free time with friends, and even dating multiple men at the same time, in a way to fill the void in her own life. Her father continues to write her letters, but she refuses to open a single one, banishing the letters to a growing pile, much like she feels he had done to her.
When just the right man shows up, Sarah believes she has finally found the right one. He offers her everything under the sun. Wonderfully romantic dates, gifts and words of love and affirmation, even offering to share a great apartment in New York with her. But soon afterwards the phone calls from Reese grow in distance, always having to work, always being called out of town to help his family, and soon Sarah discovers that the love Reese has for her isn't the same definition she has.
I received The Father's Love by Word Films compliments of Word Films and Edify Media Inc for my honest review. I did not receive any monetary compensation for a favorable review outside the complimentary copy of the DVD. The opinions contained here are strictly my own. This movie has a great message but due to the subject matter involved, I wouldn't recommend this for the entire family even though the Dove Foundation has offered a review. It truly shows us what unconditional love looks like and how we can achieve that through God and through His Word found in the Bible and not from any man. It shows the power of God's love and how it has the ability to heal wounds we would never imagine possible and just how wonderful forgiveness can truly be. Well worth 4.5 out of 5 stars for this reviewer.