Top critical review
Unrealistic; sends a bad message for those people of faith.
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2019
The problem with movies like this, is that it says to people of faith that they must forgive and let that person back in their lives. This is not true. You can forgive someone, but that doesn't mean you have to go back into that relationship that hurt you. I have a sister whose husband cheated on her many years ago. The church people kept telling her that she should forgive her husband and stay with him; that it was the “right” thing to do. I quoted her the scripture that says in the case of adultery, you have a right, biblically, to divorce that person. She didn't listen to me and stayed with him. He has cheated on her at lease five more times(that we know of). Yet to this day, she is still with him; miserable and is now desensitized to his actions. For those people of faith out there, nowhere in the bible does it say that you have to stay in that relationship that hurt you. Forgive, yes, but don't for one minute think you have to stay with that person. Life is not like in this movie. If this movie was true to life, Liam will leave again, and Josie and Billie will be heartbroken once more...