Friday, September 28, 2012

Unconditional, the movie

Unconditional is a film you don’t want to miss—unless you’re scared of having your heartstrings pulled on that is. And it’s in theaters this weekend.

Unconditional is a story of tragedy and redemption drawn from the true-life testimony of Papa Joe Bradford from Tennessee but also focusing on Samantha Crawford and the untimely and unresolved death of her husband, Billy.

Sam’s idyllic life as a promising writer and gifted artist, and as a much-in-love young wife on a ranch in Tennessee, is smashed to pieces by the murder of her husband, Billy—a tragedy that rips away her faith and her very will to live. 

Read my full review of Unconditional in Assist New Services and in The Examiner

Janey DeMeo M.A.

Copyright © September 2012

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