Drama


Journey to Grace


MPAA Rating:
Not Rated
Genre:
Drama
Runtime:
122 mins
Stars:
Frank Rautenbach, Sarah Thompson, Brandon Auret, Alistair Moulton Black, Ricky Botsis, Candice D'Arcy, Jonathan Hearns, Stephen Hughes, Matthew Dylan Roberts, Regardt van den Bergh, Chris van Rensburg
Director:
Regardt van den Bergh
Producer:
Frans Cronje

Content at a Glance


Sex


kissing by a husband and wife.

Language


No Information

Violence


man is hit by crickett ball and is hurt; guns are seen held by men but they are not used; man is seen with cuts and blood on face and mouth;

Drugs


a lit cigarette is seen in an ash tray; several drinking scenes including scotch and champagne and beer; man is seen drunk.

Nudity


a lot of shirtless men and men in athletic underwear; a coach has his pants yanked down as a joke.

Other


illegal betting on sports; a character lies about betting but admits it later; a man dies in the film and a funeral takes place and there is grief.



Synopsis

Hansie Cronje was at the top of his game. As a champion South African cricket player, he had earned renown and respect for himself, the sport, and his country. Then he was lured into a notorious match-fixing scandal—and he wondered, “Can God ever forgive me?” Based on a stunning true story of redemption and grace.


Movie Message

This is an inspiring story of one of the greatest crickett players to ever live. Hansie Cronje is the captain of the South African crickett team. He helps them win against the odds and he gives the glory to God. This is a story of forgiveness and grace as it shows how Hansie gambles and makes money but realizes later on he needs to change his life.

Cronje comes clean about his failures and is banned from crickett. However, he learns there is more to life than crickett and his fans forgive him. The film has a bittersweet ending but shows how a man comes to understand what is important in life. We are pleased to award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this film for ages twelve plus due to many drinking scenes. However, families should review the content chart and parents may be fine with kids eight and up watching the film. Enjoy it soon and be inspired!

For Ages 12 And Over

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