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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Unbroken: Legacy of Faith Edition from Review Review
I was recently given the opportunity to watch and review Unbroken: Legacy of Faith Edition from Naturally, I jumped at the chance to see the Unbroken movie, and I was fairly certain that The Boy would also want to see it. Not only did we receive the DVD Unbroken, but we also received the Legacy of Faith DVD with bonus content.
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About Unbroken: Legacy of Faith Edition
If you're not familiar with the movie Unbroken, this Oscar-nominated movie was directed by Angelina Jolie and tells the story of Louis Zamperini. After competing in the Berlin Olympics and having a personal meeting with Adolf Hitler who was impressed with his fast running, Zamperini joined the US Air Force, serving during World War II. His plane crash-landed in the Pacific Ocean during a rescue mission, and he spent 47 days drifting on a life raft before being rescued by the Japanese, who put him in a prison camp. For the remainder of the war, he endured the torture and torment of the prison camp.

Legacy of Faith is a 90+ minute DVD containing bonus footage of the life of Louis Zamperini. While the Unbroken movie briefly mentions the deal he made with God while drifting on the raft, Legacy of Faith focuses on Zamperini's Christian faith. It includes

  • An exclusive CBN interview with Zamperini
  • An inspirational message from the Billy Graham Evangelical Association and Zamperini
  • Pastor Greg Laurie's interview with Zamperini
What We Thought
It is no surprise that Unbroken was nominated for several Oscars and won other awards including AFI's Movie of the Year. This movie is phenomenal! 

I originally planned for just The Boy and me to watch, but eventually all of the girls wandered into the living room and settled in. I was concerned about some of the scenes being too intense for the younger girls, but the girls handled them well and it provided many opportunities for us to discuss the horrors of war. There is one particular scene where Zamperini is being physically and mentally tormented by one of the Japanese guards; while it is possibly the most difficult scene in the entire movie to watch, it also shows the strength and courage of Zamperini. I was able to talk with the small people about staying strong through difficult circumstances.

The best part of the Unbroken: Legacy of Faith edition is the bonus content on the Legacy of Faith DVD. Learning about Zamperini's journey to a relationship with Christ and how he was able to forgive his tormentors was motivating. 

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