Though None Go With Me

DVD Release: April 8, 2006
Though None Go With Me
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Synopsis

Based on the book by best-selling author Jerry B. Jenkins (Left Behind series, Hometown Legend), Though None Go With Me is the heartwarming and inspirational story of Elizabeth Leroy Bishop (Cheryl Ladd, “Las Vegas,” “Charlie’s Angels”), a remarkable woman whose faith is tested with each tragedy endured on an extraordinary life journey.

It’s 1951 and America is caught in the Korean War, but a world away in Three Rivers, Elizabeth Leroy (Amy Grabow, “General Hospital”) is caught in her own personal struggle. She longs to escape her small town life and set out in pursuit of a career but a twist of fate and the promise of true love forces her to stay. She meets the town’s new handsome and devout minister with whom she quickly falls in love and plans to marry but when he leaves for Korea to do God’s work, she is heartbroken. The events that follow alter Elizabeth’s life forever and truly test not only her faith and inner strength but her resilience as well.

Dove Review

As we follow the life of Elizabeth Bishop, we experience love, loss and love renewed. Her life seems to be filled with tragedy and yet she holds on to her simple faith and continues to reach out to others. Elizabeth touches many lives as she learns to deal with the grief in her own. Cheryl Ladd does a wonderful job as Elizabeth and truly shows an amazing range of emotion.

Dove is pleased to award “Though None Go With Me” our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12 and over due to the brief language and mature situations.

Content Description

Sex: A few minor kissing scenes; man and woman live together politically.
Language: "I'll be D*mned"-1; Jesus used in reverence.
Violence: Brief video footage of a war; bandaged and wounded soldiers but not graphic.
Drugs: Wine is consumed.
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Gaiam/Vivendi
Writer: Pamela Wallace based on the novel by Jerry B. Jenkins
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 100 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe