The Father's Love (2014)

The Father's Love (2014)

Angela LinErik McKayRaushanah SimmonsJordan Turchin
Sharon Kon


The Father's Love (2014) is a English movie. Sharon Kon has directed this movie. Angela Lin,Erik McKay,Raushanah Simmons,Jordan Turchin are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. The Father's Love (2014) is considered one of the best Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.

Sarah, an aspiring filmmaker meets the man of her dreams. Charming, handsome, and wealthy, Reece becomes her world. As their story unfolds, Sarah is taken on a journey of heartbreak and forgiveness, exploring the meaning of her relationships both past and present.

The Father's Love (2014) Reviews

  • Pleasant Surprise


    This is the story of how one woman heals after betrayal. I stumbled upon this movie on Netflix--under the foreign film section for some reason, but the movie is in English and set in New York, so I'm not sure what that was about. Because of the title I thought maybe it was a Christian film, but I wasn't able to confirm that till almost halfway through the movie. It was refreshing to see a multi-ethnic cast with an Asian female in the lead, but the movie is not about race. Instead it is about the universal themes of love, betrayal, friendship, divorce, and one additional theme missed in non inspirational films--forgiveness. We all can relate to these if we're human. If Hollywood would deliver more diverse content, perspectives, and casting such as this instead of the manufactured processed crap that they feed us, I would spend more money at the box office . Very well done, Sharon Kon! I hope to see more of your work in the future.

  • Pleasantly Surprised!!!


    I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. I purchased the DVD from a Christian book store so I felt pretty confident that it would be something I could watch with my daughter…I was pleased with the diversity of the cast although race is not a factor in the movie at all, seeing an Asian woman as the lead was refreshing. The story was very well written and played out on the screen. You could see all the elements of "real life" that included love and betrayal, friendship and forgiveness and finally the redeeming grace that that only God can offer. I thought it was a perfect representation of today's culture. However, the introduction to Christ was closer to real life than many other Christian movies I've seen which is why I plan to show it to my bible study group which consists of quite a few single women. I hope to start an open and honest dialogue after the movie.


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