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Journey to Grace -DVD Spotlight

Make it easy to pick out a good movie!!

We are launching a weekly DVD spotlight featuring a review by the staff at The Fig Tree.  We will watch the movies and tell you what's worth buying!

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Journey to Grace, a true story, comes to us from the makers of Faith Like Potatoes.    

The end of apartheid heralded a new era of hope in South Africa. A young cricket player stands up to lead, but is confronted with his own past and is left with the question "Can God ever forgive me?"



Fig Tree Rating and Review:  


Faith Like Potatoes made me cry and I watched this movie expecting something equally as moving. I was not disappointed.  


Frank Rautenbach's (seen in Faith Like Potatoes) portrayal of a man who has failed his country, his family and himself were scenes I will never forget. Exquisitely acted. The plot development was slow at the beginning, but in the end I appreciated that this true story hadn't been "Hollywood-ized" to make it more glamorous or exciting.  


Journey to Grace contained very real and raw images from South Africa and India.  It felt a little like watching a documentary. It even shows real footage of Hanse's cricket games and his ceremony with Nelson Mandela. This is definitely not your typical feel-good, Christian movie. It might actually change you . . .


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The Staff at The Fig Tree
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