Home Beyond the Sun is the story of two girls, Jenna (Mellyssa Ade) a 22-year old American teacher and the other Chu Lee (Molly Sayer) an eight-year old Chinese orphan. Together, with the help of the Lord and the guidance of His Word, they overcome the adversity of prejudice, persecution, and political oppression to find solace and protection in the bosom of a Christian family.
This extraordinarily moving feature explores the social and political realities of China today. Produced, written and directed by award winning filmmakers of faith, this movie will enthrall the heart, elevate the spirit, and expand the awareness of committed men and women to these challenges. In this deeply committed visual adventure, the creative fire of Christian love warms the hearts of rebels with a cause.
“Home Beyond the Sun” is a celebration of the human spirit as well as an eloquent description of religious virtue overcoming political vice. The uniquely pertinent story proves again that no man is an island. Here, discarded and disenfranchised daughters find strength through the community of Christian love.
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|FILM CONTACT DETAILS|
|Name/Company:||Garden City Pictures|
|Release Date||2004, February 20|
|MPAA Rating||Not Rated|
|Format||DVD, Video on Demand|
|Producer||Colin Chilvers, Steve Hutchings|
|Production Company||Garden City Pictures|
|Cast||Dana Ishiura, Jennifer Phipps, Karen Wood, Max Reimer, Melyssa Ade, Molly Sanders, Mung-Ling Tsui, Stan Coles, Von Flores|
|Category||Adoption, Drama, True Films|