After losing his job and girlfriend, Nathan Burr sets out on a quest to find the mother who gave him up 20 years ago. Encouraged by the wisdom of a housekeeper and the help of a stranger, he discovers her address. But when he learns a terrible secret, will he muster the courage to meet her? Dove approved (12+). Closed captions. Approx. 90 minutes.
DVD Playable in Bermuda, Canada, United States and U.S. territories. Please check if your equipment can play DVDs coded for this region.
Learn more about DVDs and Videos
Meant to Be, DVD
As Christians we absolutely need to be involved in supporting those who are dealing with unplanned pregnancies - I see that this movie was trying to further that cause. But the blend of fantasy and reality, Biblical truths and weird religious overtones and misrepresentation of angels/life after death - this flick is confusing and has great potential to be misleading. (Soundtrack is also very strange.) Going in the garbage.
February 17, 2014
Meant to be
A pro-life movie. Makes you think. The good new is God can take our bad decisions in life and make something good come from it.
January 23, 2014
This was such a great movie. It has a message for us to think deeply about our choices and to really think about the consequences of our actions. It was a beautiful message on forgiveness also. We all need to be aware that God's forgiveness is there for every one of us, no matter what we've done. The story line was really good and so was the acting. Thank you to everyone involved in making this wonderful movie! It was an evening well-spent!
January 10, 2014
Not sure what to make of it.
I think I understand what the producers were trying to do with the film... but I'm not sure that they succeeded. It's a very controversial subject, but one that needs to be brought up. The "terrible secret" that Nathan learns about, dissapointed me, in a way. I watched it twice, trying to understand it, and both times I felt like something is missing. Not sure what it is, though.
December 21, 2013