TRIGGER WARNING: This movie should be watched with parental guidance due to SEVERE and HIGHLY ADULT content. If you are a survivor of sexual assault, you are not alone. Please reach out RAINN 24/7 and they can help you.
You are worthy.
You are enough.
You are capable.
You are good.
You are kind.
You deserve love.
It is not your fault.
Assault is not your choice, it is the freewill of man. All people who choose to sexually assault others should be punished to the fullest extent. Please seek help from a friend, pastor, and/or counselor.
Redeeming Love Movie Review
Redeeming Love a life-changing story of the power of unconditional and all-consuming
love. It is coming to theaters January 21, 2022! You and your friends will walk away impacted by the perfect, relentless love of the Father after watching the film
Based on the bestselling novel by Francine Rivers, REDEEMING LOVE is a powerful
story of relentless love and perseverance as a young couple’s relationship clashes with the
harsh realities of the California Gold Rush of 1850.
Angel expects only pain from those around her. Sold into prostitution as a child, Angel sur-
vives with hatred towards herself and the men that use her. She meets Michael Hosea, a
farmer who believes God wants Angel to be his wife. Dire circumstances force Angel to ac-
cept his proposal, but when Michael defies her bitter expectations, her wounded heart be-
gins to mend.
As Angel encounters a love unlike anything she ever experienced, feelings of unworthiness
and shame cause her to run from a life she doesn’t think she deserves. As Michael sets out
to find her, Angel discovers there is no brokenness that love can’t heal.
About The Bestselling Novel
Based on the bestselling novel by Francine Rivers, REDEEMING LOVE is a powerful story of relentless love and perseverance as a young couple’s relationship clashes with the harsh realities of the California Gold Rush of 1850. It is a life- changing story of the power of unconditional and all-consuming love. Coming to theaters January 21, 2022, REDEEMING LOVE shows there is no brokenness that love can’t heal.
Trigger warnings all over the place within the first 30 minutes. Trauma, adultery, prostitution, violence, semi-nudity…makes my heart hurt. I almost turned it off. Then Mr. Hosea comes around and he meets Angel. The girl who was loved by her mother, abandoned by her father, watched her mother do unthinkable things to provide for her daughter, lost her mother (tragically), and then followed in her footsteps.
Frankly, I’ve had an emotional week altogether and I’m not emotionally prepared for this film, but I am pressing on because, again, now I’m vested. I can honestly say, I have never read the book so I have no expectations of book versus movie. There is no time to read in my world. I’m very busy, though I love a good book. We shall see if I pick it up. I can tell you the first 30 minutes triggered the snot out of me, so I’m internally working on processing that.
Isn’t it amazing how films or books can do that to a person. Anyway, the cinematography and videography is amazing. Also the costuming and makeup is on point. The acting is really good and so far, I have seen one familiar face. Famke Janssen was in the Taken movies, so that was a face I recognized immediately. Unexpectedly, it has Eric Dane (aka McSteamy) in the film as well. Josh Taylor (Roman from Days of our Lives) and Nina Dobrev.
Uhm, yep…this is disturbing. The content is not what I would have ever thought it would be coming from Momentum. I know that there is a moral and redemption at the end but this has been a very difficult film to review. It is very similar to the book Hosea. Reading that book and seeing it depicted on screen are 2 different things.
I’m struggling. Being a survivor of sexual assault, this has triggered me and 5000 kinds of ways. I get it. I understand the underlying meaning and how God can bring glory in ALL situations. I know this is loosely based on the book of Hosea. I get it. Truly, I do. Yet, I struggled with completing this review.
I just finished the film. Honestly, I am a wreck. This is a lot to process for me. The ending was beautiful.
Please, if you choose to go and see this, know that God is bigger. He does not ordain these types of things to happen. He is not a God that seeks pleasure in the assault of others. Yet, freewill is a bitch. The prince of the earth, satan, is evil and will take great pleasure in destroying people.
News flash: I’ve read the last page of the story. God wins. He is good all the time and all the time, He is good.
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Redeeming Love Trailer
Many thanks to Universal for providing a sample of the product for this review. Opin-
ions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation.