Moving Mountains

DVD Release: August 5, 2014
Moving Mountains

Synopsis

Her courage changed lives. Her struggle made history. Based on the true story of Trish Bragg, an impoverished coal miner’s wife, who stood up to powerful industry and government interests when a deep mine destroyed her neighbors’ water wells. With stunning portrayal by Theresa Russell, this heart-warming film follows a journey fortified by Christian faith, poetry, and humor during one of the nation’s most bitter economic struggles.

Dove Review

“Moving Mountains” is a movie about what can happen when a person holds on to their faith. Trish Bragg (Theresa Russell) is a determined house wife and mother living in West Virginia. When the local mine destroys her neighbors’ water wells, as well as causing her own family great grief, she takes a stand with admirable tenacity. Trish encounters miners afraid of losing their jobs, but she perseveres when contaminated water continues to come from the wells.

Fortified with her husband Dewey’s support, and the support of friends and neighbors, Trish refuses to give up despite several setbacks. She believes a setback is a set-up for a comeback! “Moving Mountains” is an inspiring story that will remind viewers that mountains can be moved if people have faith and refuse to lose heart.

We are pleased to award this compelling film our Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: D-1; H-1.
Violence: None
Drugs: Beer drinking; toast with champagne; man spits tobacco.
Nudity: Mild cleavage; man in shorts.
Other: Flashback scene of water flooding homes; tension and disagreements between characters; woman receives a threat on the phone.

Info

Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
Source: Video
Company: Sunshine Films LLC
Writer: Penny Loeb
Director: Jeanie Clark
Producer: Penny Loeb
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 104 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated