LOVE COVERS ALL

"Forgiveness and Reconciliation"

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Content: +4 Biblical worldview, with no questionable elements whatsoever.

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What You Need To Know:

LOVE COVERS ALL is an extremely well crafted, low budget evangelistic movie with a strong storyline. Michael discovers that his wife, Sarah, is pregnant with their first baby. Just before she’s about to get birth, Michael has to drive to North Carolina for a job performance review. There, he learns that he’s going to be downsized out of a job. Driving back to Atlanta in the middle of the night, Michael’s car breaks down in the little country town of Ransomville. He walks to a broken down gas station. There, he meets Bob, a 52-year-old man trapped in this tiny town because his parents died in a car accident just before he went to college. Bob gives Michael a hard time. Will Michael make the birth of his child in time?

LOVE COVERS ALL is a surprise. It’s extremely well structured. It shows a movie can be entertaining and compelling without violence, sex or foul language. It digs deeply into what it means to be Christian and what it means to love one another. It is highly commended by MOVIEGUIDE®.

Content:

(CCC, BBB, M) Very strong Christian, moral worldview dealing with forgiveness and reconciliation; no foul language; plenty of jeopardy but no violence; no sex; no nudity; no alcohol use; no smoking or drugs; and, people take advantage of stranded motorist.

More Detail:

LOVE COVERS ALL is an extremely well crafted, low budget evangelistic movie with a strong storyline. In the first scene, Sarah puts baby shoes in front of her husband, Michael, indicating she’s pregnant. Michael calls to tell his father, David, but David doesn’t want any part of him. Michael is devastated, because he was abandoned by his father.

Michael has to drive from Atlanta to North Carolina for a job performance review. He tells Sarah he’s always be there for her, and he’ll be back in time for the birth. At the performance interview, Michael is let go due to downsizing. Again, he’s devastated.

Driving back home in the middle of the night, Michael’s car breaks down in the little country town of Ransomville. He walks to a broken down gas station. There, he meets Bob, a 52-year-old man trapped in this tiny town because his parents died in a car accident just before he went to college, leaving him the family business.

Bob grills Michael on why he would believe the Bible when he doesn’t read it and believe in God when he doesn’t pray. Michael tries everything, including calling his best friend, to get to Atlanta on time. He gives two young men $40 to drive him to Atlanta. They drive off with the money, but not him. Michael then gives a man his last $20 for an iPhone charging cord, and the man calls him a fool. Meanwhile, Bob thinks all Christians are hypocrites.

Will Michael make the birth of his child? Will he reconcile with his father?

LOVE COVERS ALL is a surprise. It’s extremely well structured. It shows a movie can be entertaining and compelling without violence, sex or foul language. It digs deeply into what it means to be Christian and what it means to love one another. It is highly commended by MOVIEGUIDE®.

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