We found this movie a little graphic at the beginning because of the scene of Joseph Smith getting tarred and feathered, but we also found this film to be really good. The acting is good and the script is not to bad for an 80's film. The cinematography for the time is really good and it was worth watching it.
This is an alright movie. Where it has some things in Russian, it almost seems that it is more Ukrainian. There are some things that really turned off LDS viewers with this. The story is alright, but it is not the best work done with LDS Cinema. We felt that they could have done better with the script, but for the most part, it was an alright film.
Although this is seen as one of the most cheesy films ever made by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints, it has a powerful message that everyone needs to hear. The Plan of Salvation is what teaches us that there is not an end after this life and that there is something better waiting for us.
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The 184th General Conference held on April 5th-6th of 2014. Speakers included: President Boyd K. Packer, Elder William R. Walker, Elder L. Tom Perry, Elder Lawrence E. Corbridge, Elder Michael John U. Teh, Elder Marcos A. Aidukaitis, Elder D. Todd Christofferson, and President Thomas S. Monson.
The 184th General Conference held on April 5th-6th of 2014. Speakers included: President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Elder M. Russell Ballard, Jean A. Stevens, Bishop Gary E. Stevenson, Elder David A. Bednar, and President Thomas S. Monson.