Where Love Found Me

Where Love Found Me


Daring escapes, hilarious stunts—and danger turn a Hollywood director’s world upside down when he meets a band of street kids living in the slum. Laugh, cheer, & be inspired by this faith-based drama.

Dove Review

With its theme of loving helpless kids and the richness of the characters, Where Love Found Me offers up a mesmerizing viewing experience about a filmmaker who lives with a band of street kids in hopes of making his big break in Hollywood. Desperate for a hit film, Hudson doesn’t count on being drawn into the story himself until he meets a young girl named Ruby, who captures his heart.

The relationships that develop between the characters, and the lighthearted adventures they have together, are genuinely charming, and the violence is balanced by many uplifting scenes along the way. There is a strong sacrificial thread running through the plot, and the film ends with a strongly redemptive scene that will leave the viewer crying, or cheering, or both.

Although fictional, the movie does a good job of depicting the hardship these children endure. It also features several real-life adopted children at the end and encourages adoption. Where Love Found Me shows vulnerable children being loved with first-class treatment by some, and it urges more people to step up and do the same.

We are happy to award Where Love Found Me the Dove Approved Ages 12+ seal.

Content Description

Faith: Christlike love is continually on display
Integrity: Care and compassion for others are continually expressed
Sex: A young girl is traded for drugs but nothing sexual is seen.
Language: Stupid Americano-1; shut up-1
Violence: Police are seen with guns; shooting; a man is shot and killed by drug dealer; blood seen on man's hands; a girl smashes a mirror in frustration, resulting in a bloody bandage; blood is seen on her hand and on the mirror; a girl is seen strapped down to a bed; a girl holds a knife on a man; cockfighting; a man is struck with a broom; a boy is shot and blood is seen on his mouth; a man is bumped by a car; a cop dies; a little blood is seen on him.
Drugs: Cigarette smoking and drinking in some scenes.
Nudity: A shirtless man and a shirtless boy.
Other: There are babies and young children seen without parents; a girl grieves over the death of her father; a man blows his nose with his hand; kids steal a puppy from a rich man's home; kids steal food; a boy is seen vomiting; a boy is taken by ambulance for treatment; rats are shown and a girl says the rats have been eaten; a girl is kidnapped and driven away in a truck but she is recovered; several men seen with tattoos; little girls kept in holding cell.


Company: Bring Me Hope
Director: David Bolt
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 85 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Ed C