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Alone Yet Not Alone

By littlebearwheeler
Written September 28, 2013
I must admit it is hard to be objective when I personally know some of the actors in the film. However as a historian, I like period pieces that are historically accurate and give the public a glimpse of the difficulty it took to settle this nation in the middle 1700’s as settlers were moving west as families. This film is suitable for ages 7 years old to adults. We saw the movie again for the second time and were again deeply touched at the painful drama of a piece of hard to watch American history on issues involving both American Indians and European settlers. People who love history and pathos will truly find this true story will help them appreciate what it took to settle this country.
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SUPERB!

By KAS143
Written October 02, 2013
VERY WELL DONE! GREAT STORY!
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About time

By bkham84
Written September 30, 2013
This movie was such a nice diversion from the usual violent, sexual innuendos, and profanity filled nonsense that I've grown accustomed too at the theaters. .The fact that is was a true account of the birth panes of the early days of our country made it all the better. PLEASE, give us more moves with a true positive message.
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By patej4
Written October 02, 2013
I read the book several years ago and I've been looking forward to this movie for a long time!! It was so nice to see a good clean movie with no bad language, no kissing etc! I thought they did a really good job on it and didn't deviate too far from the book. Loved the actors and actresses they picked for the characters! The quality of the film and sound was VERY good! I highly recommend it!
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Alone yet Not Alone

By sanran3
Written October 06, 2013
We thought the movie--action, scenery, directing, the acting, everything about it--was very well done. We really enjoyed it and highly recommend it perhaps for kids from the age of 8 on up. I also found it very thought provoking...putting myself and/or my family in that situation, could I handle it? The underlying theme throughout the film was: in the midst of adversity there is hope when we put our trust in God. Our world around us is in desperate need of hope and they need to hear that the answer is Jesus Christ.
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