- MPAA Rating:
- Not Rated
- 103 mins
- Hayden McCoy, George Dinsmore, Marcus Lattimore
- Frankie Hutto
- Frankie Hutto
Content at a Glance
a girl becomes pregnant outside of marriage at age 15, and her uncle kicks her out, but the woman turns to god.
dork-1; freak-1; a comment about a “buttload” of money; shut up-1; pi*sed me off-1; a girl’s uncle calls her a “priest” in making fun; h (as a place)-1; old bag-1.
a car accident and some blood is seen on man’s chest; a woman is rushed into operating room and some blood is seen on her.
a bar scene with drinking; beer drinking in another scene.
woman’s stomach seen during an ultrasound.
death and grief; a girl has a back pack that says, “god’s girl” on it and she is made fun of; an atheist asks girl if she ever asked god why he killed her parents and she cries but the man changes by film’s end; girls trash-talk girl; man says god gave him a certain girl instead of his own; man says god is cruel; atheist says god doesn’t exist but again, he changes; girl kicked out.
Limited Theatrical Release – A young girl’s faith is tested when her parents are suddenly killed in a car crash, and she is forced to move in with relatives who are non-believers. She finds herself in a new city, new school and with no friends. She is a talented singer who wants to worship God with her songs, but her uncle and others at school challenge her faith. Only one boy seems to see the greatness in her. She has to come to grips with either fitting in or following God, which may cost her more than just her faith.
“Faith’s Song” is a compelling and gripping story about a young woman named Faith who is persecuted for her belief in God. Following an accident in which she loses her parents, Faith, who is just 15, is forced to live with an uncle and aunt. The uncle and aunt had lost a child, and the uncle is bitter against God; and he takes it out on Faith. Faith deals with an entirely different life; she moves away to a different city and has to find a place in her new and unfamiliar surroundings. Her journey not only changes her, but those around her as well.
Faith has a beautiful voice, which explains the title of the film. This inspiring movie is awarded our Faith-Friendly Seal for ages 12-plus. This is well worth taking the 103-minute run time to watch! It is a story that makes it clear—change is possible, and hope is rewarded.
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