Little Angels  

Little Angels

The summer before her tragic death at Columbine High School, Rachel Joy Scott and her family took a trip to Myrtle Beach, SC. But she never imagined how God would use her that week to impact the lives of eleven run away children

MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Runtime: Approx. 98 minutes


Dove "Family-Approved" - Recommended for ages 12 and over.
Dove Quality Rating: 4

Review:
Here is an intriguing story of a group of young kids who run away from an orphanage after they discover that some shady things are going on. The children stow-away on a tour bus and go to a town sixty miles from the orphanage. There the children part into groups and experience a unique story.

This is a faith based story that deals with many issues of today. One pair of girls reveals the story of what can happen to runaways when they get involved with the wrong person, a person of unsavory characteristics who deals in drugs and prostitution. Another story is that of a couple who find out that they cannot have children and the problems they encounter when they try to adopt and how their lives change when they meet one of the girls. Then there is the tale of a woman who gives her teenage daughter to the orphanage, without telling the child the real reason she is doing it. Then there is the story of a father who never knew he had a child.

There are many stories within this film which happen in the world today, stories the viewer can relate to. This is a movie which will entertain while creating topics for discussion within the family or it could effectively be used for a group discussion. This film is awarded the Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for ages 12 and older due to some mature topics.


Content Description:
Sex: Man regarded as a "pimp" and wants young girls for prostitution.
Language: None
Violence: Man arrested.
Drugs: Man is regarded as a drug dealer.
Nudity: People in swim suits.
Other: Man trying to buy and sell children; orphan children run away and stow away on tour bus; young girl takes ride from stranger; a couple not being able to have children; woman gives her daughter to orphanage; man does not know he has a daughter; woman has cancer.


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