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Alone Yet Not Alone

HD   PG-13 Closed Captioning


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About the Movie

Seeking religious freedom in America, a devout Christian family from Germany settles in the peaceful Pennsylvania colony - only to find themselves caught in the crossfire of the French & Indian War. Following a merciless raid on their settlement, daughters Barbara and Regina are abducted, separated, and then raised by their Delaware captors in the harsh Ohio wilderness. Now, only their devotion to each other and faith in the Lord can lead them through their darkest hours and back to freedom in this inspirational, true story.

Customer Reviews

Amazing True Story!

The review, below says it all!

“This film has it all! The music is wonderful, the cinematography is inspiring, the acting is superb and the screenplay and direction are top notch. Both Kelly Greyson as the older Barbara and Natalie Racoosin as a young Barbara are exceptional in their roles. …

“This film has a bit of everything: action, drama, suspense and a fine ending. For those who love action, there are several battle sequences and fights, with many characters dying by tomahawks or muskets. Fortunately, there is little blood overall and the scenes are not gratuitous. It appears that the director held back enough so the film could be enjoyed by families without losing the intensity of the story. We commend this decision.– The Dove Foundation

“ALONE YET NOT ALONE has a very clear message that God will never leave you nor forsake you. He rescues the captives. Much of the photography and technical aspects are good. The Gospel is presented clearly in contrast to the brutal paganism of the Indians. It’s refreshing to see a movie without revisionist history.”–

“'Alone Yet Not Alone’ is another breakthrough film from the Christian film industry. I am very happy to see this film hit the market. It will no doubt minister and not simply entertain. There are no naps. It’s action packed and exciting. It challenges the simple and exposes evil. The makers of this film are getting at some things film was downright made for. I commend it highly.” – John Decker,

Superb and Heartfelt Historical Drama

From the beautiful theme song sung by Joni Erickson, the incredible widescreen cinematography, the fascinating (and true!) story of family, war, terror and survival to the ultimate redemptive message, this superb movie has it all! I love Christian movies, but unfortunately a lot of them suffer from lack of budget and seasoned talent . Then along comes this beautifully ambitious historical drama to bust the myth that Christian movies can't be made with the same quality of mainstream features! I can't recommend this strongly enough!

Disregard IMDB's Reviews

Enthuse Entertainment does a great job putting this film together. It does well depicting the historical events surrounding this plot. I greatly appreciated how the writers chose to include a brief synopsis of what happened to the nonfiction characters before the official end credits. It would have been nice if William Ross was able to compile a musical score soundtrack that listeners could enjoy. The musical score to this film is beautiful.

I am upset that the "Alone Yet Not Alone"'s Bruce Broughton had to break The Academy's rules about promoting the song. This song would have no doubtedly won an Oscar if not received an Oscar nomination, which it did before Broughton broke The Academy's simple rules.

Alone Yet Not Alone
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  • $9.99
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: 2013

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