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From the Producer of The Life of Pi and The Blindside comes a faith-based film, The Shack. Based on the New York Times best-selling novel with over 22 million copies in print worldwide, The Shack takes us on a father’s life-transforming journey that will show him the ultimate truth about love, loss and forgiveness. A spiritual journey and awakening, The Shack movie opens in theaters on March 3rd!
We didn’t grow up in a religious home, but we were spiritual. As I’ve grown older I find myself becoming more spiritual and more intrigued with faith. My girls attend a religious school and are learning all of the customs, holidays and traditions of our religion. In most cases they know more than I do at this point. While I may not faithfully practice religion, I consider myself a very spiritual person. I find a certain kind of peace and tranquility comes with it.
The Shack Movie
Mackenzie “Mack” Allen Phillips (Sam Worthington) enjoys a blissful life with his wife and their three children. Until the unthinkable happens and his youngest daughter Missy is abducted from their vacation campsite. Evidence indicates Missy has been murdered, but her body is never recovered. The tragedy sends Mack spiraling into “the great sadness” that isolates him from family and friends, causing him to question his innermost fundamental beliefs. Teetering on the edge of self-destruction, he receives a mysterious letter, apparently from God, urging him back to the scene of the crime—an abandoned shack deep in the Oregon wilderness.
Despite his doubts and fears, Mack journeys to the wintry mountain woods to revisit the most agonizing moments of his life. There he encounters an enigmatic trio of strangers led by a woman named Papa (Octavia Spencer), at the shack. Through them, Mack will find important truths that will transform his understanding of Missy’s tragedy and change his life forever.
Cast: Sam Worthington, Octavia Spencer, Avraham Aviv Alush, Radha Mitchell, Alice Braga, Sumire, Amelie Eve, Megan Charpentier, Gage Munroe with Graham Greene and Tim McGraw
Directed by: Stuart Hazeldine
Screenplay by: John Fusco and Andrew Lanham & Destin Cretton
Based on the book by: William Paul Young, in collaboration with Wayne Jacobsen and Brad Cummings
Produced by: Gil Netter, p.g.a.; Brad Cummings
The Shack Movie Trailer
The Shack will be in theaters on March 3, 2017! Rated PG13 and runs for 132 mins.
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