Homefront

DVD Release: July 2, 2013
Homefront
Dove "Family-Approved"
For Ages 12 and Over

Synopsis

“Homefront” is touching and emotional look at three very different soldiers, held hostage in a small, dank prison cell, moved to share their last memories of home with one another as their lives hand in the balance.

Private Aaron Phillips is a young, green soldier on his first tour of duty, when he is taken hostage by the enemy. Lt. Steven Hill is a soldier in the Reserves that has been called up to active duty, when his unit if ambushed. Sgt. Bryan Monroe is a veteran soldier on his fourth and final tour of duty when he falls into enemy hands. Who will survive? Who will be changed forever?

Dove Review

This movie is about redemption! It focuses on three soldiers, a private, a lieutenant, and a sergeant. Lt. Steven Hill, a believer who winds up witnessing to Sgt. Bryan Monroe about Christ and how that life is nothing without faith. We see the soldiers, including young Private Arron Phillps, go through difficult times including torture and beating. But because of Lt. Hill hope is kept alive.

There are a few scenes involving the soldiers being slapped and hit but they are not gratuitous and because of the redemptive message we are pleased to award this film our Family Approved Seal for ages twelve plus. This one will stir up your faith!

Content Description

Sex: Kissing between husband and wife.
Language: H (as a place)-1
Violence: Man slapped; man hit with gun butt; man kicked and another man is thrown into cell; father pushes son in anger who is joining service; man shoved; man is slapped a few times and hit and blood is seen on forehead; a man is slapped; sound of gun shots and it is said a man was killed.
Drugs: A drinking scene in bar.
Nudity: None
Other: Tension between a father and son and between a man and his ex-wife.

Info

Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
Source: Video
Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: Chip Rossetti
Director: Chip Rossetti
Producer: Chip Rossetti
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 112 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Brenda Jo Reutebuch, Timothy Paul Taylor, Michael Loos, Cindy Maples, John D. Carver