God Bless The Broken Road (DVD)
God Bless The Broken Road tells the inspirational story of a young mother who loses her husband in Afghanistan and struggles to raise their young daughter in his absence. The film focuses on the importance of faith, friends, and family, while paying tribute to those who serve in the United States military.
Cast: Lindsay Pulsipher (“True Blood,” “Hatfields & McCoys”), Andrew Walker (Date With Love, Steel Toes), Kim Delaney (“Army Wives,” “NYPD Blue”), Robin Givens (“Riverdale”), Gary Grubbs, LaDainian “LT” Tomlinson (NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame, NFL Network analyst), Jordin Sparks (Sparkle, Left Behind), Makenzie Moss (Steve Jobs).
Director(s): Harold Cronk (God’s Not Dead, God’s Not Dead 2)
Writer(s): Jennifer Dornbush, Harold Cronk
Producer(s): Edgar Struble, Dustin Solomon, Andy Fraser
Runtime: 106 min.
Language/Subtitles: English, English Subtitles, Spanish Subtitles
2 in stock
SKU (UPC): 031398297970
Produced by: Lionsgate Entertainment
Binding: Video DVD
Published: December 2018
Publisher: LionsGate Entertainment
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