Mr. Blue Sky

DVD Release: February 7, 2017
Mr. Blue Sky


An unconventional love triangle between three childhood buddies; two girls, one born with Down syndrome, and one boy, who all grow up fighting who they are inside, how they are perceived by society as a whole, and who they ultimately strive to become as individuals through the obstacles that are inherently present.

Dove Review

“Mr. Blue Sky” is a story of hope that focuses on a young woman named Andra Little (Ashley Ara Wolfe), who was born with Down Syndrome. She is verbally abused because of this handicap, and she has to stand up for herself to others. She is an intelligent young woman, who earns her associate degree.

Andra, Greg (Chaney Kley), and Bonnie (Mary Kate Schellhardt) were best friends growing up. Years later, Greg and Bonnie are a couple, but Greg discovers he has feelings for Andra when he sees her kindness and compassion. They are married and Greg’s father (Richard Karn) is not pleased about it. But Greg stays true to his love and his convictions.

The acting is excellent and the cinematography beautiful. This heartwarming story is happily awarded our Dove Seal for ages 12-plus. It will remind you that the skies still remain blue behind the clouds of life.

Content Description

Sex: Several kissing scenes by different couples; a woman jokes with her friend who got a new car, asking her, "Are you sleeping with the boss?"; a couple kisses and hugs on couch; a couple makes out on a couch—possible implied sex but man marries a woman after this.
Language: jerk-1; shut up-1.
Violence: A bully is verbally abusive to a girl with Down Syndrome; a man's car is egged.
Drugs: Drunk man is passed out on floor; the drinking of wine; bar scene; man with beer; drunken man verbally fights with characters;
Nudity: Children at the beach in swimwear and shorts; bare midriff seen briefly.
Other: A mother tells her Down Syndrome daughter that a neighbor took her own life and is now in Heaven, which is a bit controversial; a girl sticks out her tongue at girl with Down Syndrome; a teacher says all fifth graders are monsters; people practice yoga; tension between characters; a man who marries a girl with Down Syndrome faces being fired from his job.


Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Director: Sarah Gurfield
Producer: Karuna Eberl
Genre: Inspirational
Runtime: 84 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter