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Absolutely awesome. I went to the same boarding school that their daughter and older son went to and where the younger boy was due to join the next semester. I watched the movie in the Graham Staines Memorial Hall at Hebron School in South India and there wasn't a dry eye in the house. It was introduced by a teacher who taught the kids, watched by those who know the Staines family, and finished off by a short word from the director. It gives a VERY well directed, extremely thoughtful and very emotional but true account of a tragic story that also has amazing overtones that will touch your heart. The movie deals with a very difficult subject (the danger of living and working as a Christian in a country that is currently rated 10th on The Open doors "World Watch List" of the world's most dangerous places to live as a Christian) in a sensitive and caring way, highlighting the problems without overly emphasising the blames. It does show very effectively and completely the way that God's love motivated the family and continued to do so after the tragedy.