Indivisible (2018) Rated PG-13

Army Chaplain, Turner, returns from war with unseen scars to fight for his marriage. Based on a true story.  Starring Sarah Drew, Justin Bruening, and Jason George.

This film’s story is not the best written. It rushes through and doesn’t give much explanation for character changes. Of Course, it does have a good moral to the story. Families should stick together and help each other out. Marriage is work. All that is good, but the script just isn’t as strong. I really disliked that the wife doesn’t understand that her husband lived through life and death situations in the film. She just doesn’t seem to get what her husband went through – I get it – he didn’t talk about it, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. I  also loved that the story’s moral is that God uses one’s pain and hurting to work for good. This film is one that has problems, but it’s still worth a watch.

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