This historical drama is based on a true story. The full-length feature film recounts the faith and courage of a German-American immigrant family as they face hardship, loss and sorrow during the French and Indian War.
||June 13th, 2014 (Limited) by Hammond Entertainment|
||PG-13 for violence.|
(Rating bulletin 2285, 8/14/2013)
||Immigration, Native Americans, Kidnap, 1700s, Colonial United States, Romance, Interracial Romance, Religious, Escape|
|Source:||Based on Factual Book/Article|
|Production Method:||Animation/Live Action|
||Enthuse, Ayna, LLC|
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