Saving Faith

Saving Faith
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Synopsis

Faith fears she may have to close the Ritz Theater after years of struggling to keep it open. With help from friends, she tries to put on a big Christmas show to save the building.

Dove Review

In Saving Faith, faith is tested parallel to the trials of Faith (Jenn Gotzon). In her small town, Faith hopes above all else to make her theater shine and prosper. In a way unknown to the townspeople, it goes so far as to unite the community. When Faith can’t feel her strength to carry on from time to time, her uncle Donny (Donny Richmond) keeps her at bay with a faith-driven heart.

The relationship between Faith and Donny will ultimately be what draws audiences to Saving Faith. Beyond a pseudo father-daughter relationship, there is a deeper level demonstrating a Christlike love. The doubts and struggles Faith goes through seem valid throughout the film, and balancing it with Donny’s carefree loving and devotion creates a film that is balanced for family filmgoers to watch.

Saving Faith features a lot of colorful characters in the townspeople, and the slew of musical guests are engaging. Dove is proud to award the film with our Approval for All Ages.

Content Description

Faith: Strong elements of prayer and faith
Integrity: Characters invest their faith in others for a cause
Sex: Mild kissing
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Grindstone Entertainment Group
Director: Chip Rossetti
Genre: Family
Runtime: 106 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Rory P