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Author Beverly Lewis' best-selling novel comes to the screen in this drama about a sheltered Amish girl whose enduring faith is put to the ultimate test. Oppressed by the austere rules that govern her close-knit Amish community, young Katie Lapp (Danielle Panabaker) begins to doubt her origins after a wealthy stranger (Sherry Stringfield) comes to town asking questions about her past. Before long Katie begins to suspect that her entire existence has been constructed on a fragile foundation of lies, and that the people who ...

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Oct 11, 2014

Wonderful Portrayal

Enjoyed the movie as a look at the lifestyle of a people sometimes so misunderstood. There is a lot of similar situations that all families face just different ways of dealing with issues. Looking forward to the final chapter in this series of books scheduled to come on Hallmark this year.

Judith H

Sep 15, 2011

I am sorry to say I truly was disappointed with this movie. It did not come close to the beautiful book that Beverly Lewis wrote. If the trilogy is continued I hope they will do a better job. It is a wonderful story that deserved better than this production. The actors and actresses were good but sometimes not believable as Amish. Example: Old Order Amish couples do not wear wedding rings. The "father" in this case did.
Sorry to be so negative and I would encourage others to watch but read the book first or read after and then judge. Hopefully this did not end the story because there is a lot more than that bus disappearing down that country lane.

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