Working Miracles

DVD Release: March 20, 2010
Working Miracles
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Synopsis

Buddy Hoyt’s life is filled with blessings, but he’s always felt that one day he would do something incredibly special. After an accidental fall, he is left with the amazing ability to heal others – leading him into a new role as a famous miracle worker. As Buddy turns more of his attention toward his newfound talent, he begins to lose sight of those he loves most. This is a heartwarming drama about the discovery of life’s most incredible gifts…faith, family and love.

Dove Review

Buddy is a charming young man who calls his adoptive parents “aunt” and “uncle”. He wants good things in life for them and himself and his girlfriend, whom he has just asked to marry him. But when he falls off the roof of the house as he was fixing it, his life undergoes a change that he never dreamed would happen.

Whether you believe in miracles or not this is a charming story of family and faith. And even Buddy does not believe what is happening. He goes to his pastor and his doctor for help to understand this new ability he has acquired. Although he finds he cannot heal everyone, he questions his purpose and direction in life and along the way discovers some of his past.

Faith, family and love are the most precious gifts that God has given us. We approve this film with our Dove “Faith Friendly” Seal for ages 12 and older.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A couple share a kiss.
Language: MG/OG-2; D-1
Violence: Man cuts himself; man falls off roof; young girl gets hit by car; young boys bullying a janitor; woman gets hit by a forklift.
Drugs: Couple drinking wine with dinner; hospital scenes; man takes prescribed pills for headaches.
Nudity: None
Other: Man in a coma; discussion about being adopted; having the gift of healing; discussion regarding God's purpose for us all; man has cancer; woman dies; birth mother dies.

Info

Company: Gaiam/Vivendi
Director: Bradford May
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 88 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe