A teenage girl, Nicole, finds herself as an echo of who she was after an attempted suicide. When she is returned home by her neuro-specialist, her father wants nothing more than to restore the happiness that they once had. However, Nicole is wary of the past hidden from her, and she slowly begins to unravel how she’s been manipulated. Conflicting intentions form a rift between Nicole and her father, and the situation escalates: endangering their lives.
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Andy and his mother tries to flee from North Korea, but the escape plan goes desperately wrong. After crossing the border safely, their guide does not show up as agreed, and they are stuck in the hillsides in China in minus thirty degrees weather. After three days without food or water, they are suffering from severe frostbite and almost freezing to death. Knowing the high risk of being discovered by Chinese border police and returned to brutal punishment in North Korea, they get onto a local bus and decide to venture into China on their own. On their way, they get unexpected help from a secret network of people, mostly Christians, called the Underground Railroad. Risking their own lives, these people provide logistical support to help bring North Korean defectors to safety. In this documentary we follow the stories of refugees from North Korean as well as the recognized human rights activist Tim Peters - who for two decades has worked to save as many North Korean escapees as possible through the Underground Railroad.
Fifty years ago in Hollywood, California a spirited young pastor, a mainline conservative church, and a group of wide-eyed college kids and young people came together to create THE SALT COMPANY -- a band that started what we now know as Contemporary Christian Music and created a Coffee House that opened its doors to everyone (including runaways, hippies, and drop-outs). Together they helped launch The Jesus Movement and transform the lives of a generation.
Awareness around the invisible wounds of war has only recently begun to surface. In addition to mental and emotional suffering, moral injury has emerged as the spiritual aspect of trauma. A new 3o-minute documentary by the Knights of Columbus highlights the transformative experience of the annual Warriors to Lourdes (WTL) pilgrimage for wounded, ill and injured veterans seeking physical and spiritual healing. Through the very personal accounts of Retired Marine Sergeant Buster Miscusi, Navy Chaplain Rev. Fr. Mark Bristol and Master Sergeant Sompaul Vorapanich, among others, the film showcases the direct impact the Knights of Columbus, in partnership with the Archdiocese for the Military Services, is having in support of our young war heroes and their families.
“One-to-one” tells the particular meeting between Jesus and a young man who is away from faith. This person confronts Jesus with insidious questioning about the hard injustice of his sickness, loneliness and helplessness in front of pain.
BROKEN UNBROKEN follows the path of Nick Riemer and his transformation after breaking his back while training for the Junior National Freestyle Ski Team. Devastated, Nick works through the idea that he may never ski again.