Abandoned by his mother and her bad-news boyfriend, 11-year-old Dillan has only a bedridden grandfather, a couple of drug-addicted uncles, and a precious toy airplane made by a dad he never knew. Will the toy somehow prove the key to lift him out of his sorrow---and toward the divine love he so desperately needs? Dove approved (12+). 86 minutes.
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3 out of 3100%customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Imagine being left with a crippled grandfather & 2 wasted uncles... A young boy learns that not everybody wants to hear from what God has to say, but there are those that need a Savior. In this movie, there are consequences for the bad guys (& even preachers) which is something you don't see on TV these days. I love the Amazing original music throughout the movie & especially the montage song - Wings of the Storm. I could listen to that all day!! The song at the end of the movie - As Long as You're There is beautiful ... "I can come to You broken & leave in repair"
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Review 2 for The Little Red Plane
The Little Red Plane
Date:November 9, 2012
The story shows the love of the father for his son, and being separated from his father since a young boy, all he has is the little red plane to remember his father. The quality of the film is outstanding, and the story line keeps your interest, all leading to a surprising twist at the end of the film. I recommend this film to those who value family time and values.
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Review 3 for The Little Red Plane
Awesome movie of hope for a better tomorrow
Date:October 14, 2012
momma of five
Great movie for preteens, youth, and adults. Deals with tough issues that kids today are forced to face, whether they want to or not. I love the setting, too! And yes, even God can use a child to reveal His truths and His message of hope.