Heartland is hosting a FREE movie
“A Hidden Life”
Sunday, Nov. 21 at 3:00 pm
Heartland EFC invites you to a free showing of the movie “A Hidden Life,” which tells the true story of an Austrian farmer and his wife, whose Christian faith led them to defy the Nazis during World War II.
Brett McCracken, movie reviewer for The Gospel Coalition, calls the film “A faith-based masterpiece… a bracing apologetic for true Christian faith. Rod Dreher calls it “The finest evocation of the Gospel ever committed to film.”
Before the movie begins, we will discuss some of its complex Christian themes and symbolism.
The movie contains no sex or profanity, but it does include disturbing scenes of a man being beaten by prison guards, so it’s probably not suitable for children below Jr. High. The movie is rated PG-13 “for thematic material including violent images.” We would urge parents to make their own decision on this, but feel free to contact Nathan Musgrave if you have more questions along those lines.
The movie will be shown free of charge at Heartland’s south campus on Sunday, Nov. 21st, at 3:00 in the afternoon.