“He had been in the service since the beginning of the war for the most
part, and I am one of the friends he developed in that early stage. When his younger brother comes into the
service, which you’ll see in the movie, he introduces him to us. And we are that core support group for his
brother, who is pretty new to the war.”
The movie is produced by Kicks Flicks, a Christian film organization
based in Delaware County. Yoho says it
was a pleasure to work with them…
“They were really easy to work with.
All the filming was done within Ohio.
So, it made it easy for most of the people you see in the movie. They’re all Ohio natives. An interesting aspect of it is how it’s all
based in Ohio through that one group.”
While it portrays serious issues of slavery and war, the film was
created for family viewing and handles those issues with children in mind.
The film is scheduled to be shown at Marietta’s Odyssey 7 Theater on the
evening of Wednesday, October 23. However, a minimum of 40 tickets must be sold
by Thursday, October 8, for the film to be shown here.