Sacred Vow

DVD Release: October 4, 2016
Sacred Vow


Doug and Amber were madly in love and married during their college years. Driven by the “dream” of a prosperous life together, Amber worked two jobs to put Doug through school. Soon afterward, they shared in his business success and celebrated the birth of their precious, beautiful daughter. Fast forward 15 years, Amber has continued to be committed to her husband and their marriage, but Doug has fallen into the traps of an unfaithful spouse, convincing himself that he wants more out of life. In the midst of this turmoil, tragedy strikes, but the series of events that follow just might give this couple a chance to survive and regain the love for one another that they pledged in their sacred vows 15 years earlier.

Dove Review

“Sacred Vow” portrays a marriage that has lost its spark. Doug and Amber have been married a long time. Doug gets bored and gives up on the marriage and has an affair. His wife cries when she learns of the affair, but she asks Doug to carry her everyday to the front door when he leaves for work. She tells him she won’t sign any divorce papers unless he does so. He agrees, and, sure enough, just as she hopes, he begins to fall in love with his wife again. However, Amber is keeping a secret, which is devastating to Doug when he learns about it.

This movie features themes of reconciliation, forgiveness, and hope. We are pleased to award it our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12 and older.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Woman slaps man hard across cheek.
Sex: Husband has extramarital affair but wants to reconcile at the end of the film; man kisses wife in some scenes, and same man kisses mistress in other scenes.
Language: D-2; H-1; "Go to H" (meant as, "I don't care what you say"); Jerk-1
Violence: Woman slaps man hard across cheek.
Drugs: Drinking alcohol.
Nudity: Woman wears sleeping shirt, and her legs are visible a bit above the knees; woman in towel, but the scene is not graphic.
Other: Man tells wife he no longer loves her and wants a divorce, and she cries; woman is terminally ill; death and grief; tension between characters.


Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: Rob Diamond
Director: Rob Diamond
Producer: Rob Diamond
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 82 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter