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Indivisible is the extraordinary true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather, whose lives are fully devoted to serving God, family, and country. But when war etches deep battle scars – both overseas and on the home front – the Turners' rock-solid marriage is shaken to its core. Carrying the burdens the other can't comprehend, they must decide if they're willing to face one more battle: the fight to save their marriage. From the director of The Grace Card and the studio that brought you Fireproof and War Room comes Indivisible, the story of one marriage…one family…under God.
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Touching, well-acted drama about faith, family, service.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Indivisible is a faith-based drama about a real Army chaplain, Darren Turner (Justin Bruening), who struggles to re-enter his community -- as well as his marriage -- after a 15-month deployment in which he witnesses the deaths and injuries of soldiers to whom he was ministering. The movie should appeal to fans of movies with Christian themes, but be ready for potentially disturbing war violence, including a scene in which Darren holds a dead girl, and a firefight between U.S. Army tanks and Iraqi insurgents. One supporting character dies, and another loses a limb. Language isn't an issue, but a character does drink (offscreen) and come home drunk. Married couples deal with various struggles, including PTSD and drinking. Couples (all of them married) kiss and embrace. Families can discuss faith, friendship, and military service, as well as how committed the Turners are to preserving their marriage.
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- Release Date:October 26, 2018
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
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