Heavens Door

DVD Release: November 27, 2012
Heavens Door
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Synopsis

Riley, a young girl in a small town, makes an unexpected discovery—a doorway to heaven, which leads to miraculous healing powers. She hides her gift at first as her parents struggle with a separation, and her mother continues to lose her faith. Riley is soon faced with the ultimate sacrifice…will it change her mother’s mind and bring the family back together?

Dove Review

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.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: O/G-1; Jeez-1; Sucks-1; Knot-head-1; Dipstick-1
Violence: Man grabs other man in anger.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Death and grief; a child says the only way to win is to fight dirty; girl collapses on ground; girl throws a ball into the tree and it disappears.

Info

Company: ARC Entertainment
Director: Craig Clyde
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 98 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter