This is a touching story about a little girl with healing abilities who pays a price for the gift she shares with others.
Kirstin Dorn plays Riley, a girl who heals others but then suffers their sickness. Her father, Leo (Dean Cain), is a mechanic who has to move out after his wife Julie (Charisma Carpenter) plans to divorce him. She lost a child and has lost her faith in God and in miracles.
The film contains some sophisticated scenes such as Riley’s grandfather passing away, and real-life suffering for the family. But Riley’s grandmother encourages her and Riley is a tool to heal her brother’s asthma.
The film is good at showing the family working through their problems. The conclusion is a mixture of momentary sadness then a renewed hope. Due to the subject matter of death and the suffering, we are recommending this movie for ages twelve plus. This is a remarkable and inspiring story which will bring a tear to your eyes. We are pleased to award it our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.