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The extraordinary true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather. When war etches battle scars on their hearts, they face one more battle: the fight to save their marriage. One marriage, one family, under God.
Drama War - This fact-based military-themed film is more centered on Christian
faith and marriages than war, and as such there is fairly little in
the way of common war combat. Unlike most independently produced
Christian-themed films, this has a cast featuring a few familiar
faces, best known for their TV work, such as Sarah Drew, Jason
George, Tia Mowry, and Justin Bruening. While the few combat
sequences are far less elaborate and violent than most
military-centered films, some of these sequences may be intense for
very young children.
Roger EbertFull Review Above Average You've never quite felt what it's like to hope that conjoined twins can tread water in an open sea, among a few intense examples, but "Indivisible” has that, emboldened especially by its lead performances. It's the followthrough that provides very little that's new to think about, as delivered by De Angelis with heavy hands.
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OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
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Based on a theater exit polling of 9 moviegoers:
Unfortunately, this wasn't a well attended movie so we weren't able to collect very many reviews. Fortunately, these few reviews clearly show that "Indivisible" is A GREAT MOVIE! Everyone either loved it or enjoyed it very much.
Fresh from seminary and basic training, Chaplain Turner and his family arrive
at Fort Stewart. Yet before the Turners can even unpack their new house, Darren
is deployed to Iraq. Heather is left taking care of their three young children
alone ... as well as serving the families of the other deployed soldiers.
Despite a desire to stay connected with their loved ones, the harsh realities
of war take a daily toll over the course of the Battalion's extended deployment.
Meanwhile back home, babies are born, kids keep growing and nerves are frayed
with every late-night knock on the door.
With deeply etched battle scars, the soldiers' long-awaited homecoming is
much different than any of their families anticipated. Carrying burdens the
other can't comprehend, the Turners must decide if they're willing to face one
more battle: the fight to save their marriage.