DVD Release: April 5, 2016


From the creators of the highly acclaimed motion picture “King’s Faith” comes Wildflower, a movie about a college student struggling with a painful childhood who begins to have a reoccurring nightmare that compels her to confront her past and restore her faith. It’s a powerful film that reminds us that hope can be found even in your darkest moments.

Dove Review

“Wildflower” is a gripping and intense movie that features a 12-year-old mystery surrounding a girl’s death. Chloe (Nathalia Ramos) is an art student in college who begins suffering flashbacks from something that happened when she was a girl. These flashbacks include Chloe being chased by a truck and the remembrance of a man with a tattoo. She also sees someone attacked on a bridge. Her friend, Josh (Cody Longo), supports her and seeks out the truth of what happened so many years ago.

This film has a satisfying conclusion and incorporates wholesome storytelling. Chloe and Josh go into a church to seek God, and Chloe is a help to Josh, just as he is to her. Josh’s brother is a pastor. Josh once went on a missions trip and has had a hard time letting go of a tragic occurrence involving a friend, but Chloe gives him the support he needs.

This well-acted movie features themes of friendship, commitment to finding the truth, and compassion. We are pleased to award “Wildflower” our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12-plus. This film needs to be seen! Five Doves go to this wonderful movie.

Content Description

Sex: A woman says one of her mom's boyfriends once came into her room when she was a child.
Language: None
Violence: A girl has a recurring dream about a truck chasing her and someone hitting her with a truck; a girl collapses after having flashbacks of being attacked; a man is hit with a large stick and is knocked out; a man hits another man, and a fight breaks out.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Bare midriff on woman.
Other: Man has tattoos; tension between characters; girl is near a toilet, and vomiting is visible but not audible.


Company: Provident Films
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 92 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter