Come What May

DVD Release: March 17, 2009
Come What May
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Synopsis

What you believe…Determines what you will do. Caleb teams up with Rachel to lead Patrick Henry College to the National Moot Court Championship. Along the way, he is caught in a moral tug-of-war between his parents – a newly Christan father and a constitutional attorney mother. As the PHC moot court team and the U.S. Supreme Court simultaneously grapple with legal cases involving abortion, Caleb clashes with his mother and his own conscience as he struggles to internalize his beliefs and stand on Biblical values.

Dove Review

Conviction. Doing what is right come what may. This is the theme of this film. A young man named Caleb attends the college he desires to attend, Patrick Henry College, but his mother tells him he must win the National Moot Court Championship or she will pull his tuition money in his sophomore year. His mother doesn’t really want him there. There is tension at home as Caleb’s father, a teacher, is a strong Christian whose viewpoints differ from his wife. In fact, he is trying to find a publisher for his book which includes spiritual themes, and he knows he may be fired from his job if the book is published.

Caleb meets a young woman named Rachel at Patrick Henry who challenges him to try to overturn Roe Vs. Wade despite his reluctance, realizing that he probably won’t win the Moot Court Championship if he takes this particular approach. The film deals with marital tension but is a strong spiritual film about doing what is right. We gladly award this movie our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Kissing by husband and wife.
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: A bottle is seen at dinner which appears to be a bottle of wine; a few drinks in a scene or two.
Nudity: None
Other: Marital strife; disagreements about the topic of abortion; tensions on the job.

Info

Company: Provident Films
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 93 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter