There have been several military-inspired films this year, but the newly released movie “Indivisible” stands out among its faith-based peers because it’s based on the true story of a family’s battle to stay together when a soldier returns home.
The film is based on the life of U.S. Army Chaplain Darren Turner, a decorated Iraq War veteran who faces an unexpected emotional struggle that threatens his marriage and family’s future when he returns home from his final deployment. His wife, Heather, finds a support system in some of the military wives and they use their Christian faith to offer relief and comfort to each other.
Starring “Grey’s Anatomy” actors Sarah Drew, Justin Bruening and Jason George, “Indivisible” explores the hardships that military families face when spouses go off to war and witness horrific events and the impact it has on those who stay behind. Drew plays Chaplain Turner’s wife, Heather Turner; Bruening portrays Chaplain Turner; and George plays the role of a soldier who gives Turner a hard time as he faces serious marriage troubles.
“Indivisible” takes viewers along an emotional journey of a couple’s fight to honor the vows they made to one another before God despite facing the trauma of war and the wedge it creates between families.
“Darren and Heather Turner are ready to follow their calling: serving God, family and country. But when war etches deep battle scars, the Turners’ once-solid marriage lies in peril. Shaken and forever changed by what they’ve experienced, the couple now faces their toughest battle: the fight to save their marriage,” the film’s synopsis says.”
Both Drew and Bruening give a stellar performance as the Turners. The real-life couple recently told The Christian Post how flattered they both were to be portrayed by such great talent.
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Source: Christian Post