The Bridge

DVD Release: April 28, 2013
The Bridge


After many heartaches Carly finds herself on a bridge contemplating suicide when a mysterious girl appears and gives her a message about the future. With a change of heart Carly must learn to trust God as she embarks on a journey toward a life she was told she couldn’t have. Will the prediction about her future come true. Will Carly finally find her unexpected love.

Dove Review

This is movie with a message. A young woman named Carly is struggling financially, about to be evicted from her home and is told she can’t have children by her doctor. She goes to a bridge where she seriously considers jumping off to her death but a young girl named Faith appears to her. Faith tells her that God sent her and she is Carly’s future daughter and she must go on if she is to have the kind of life she has always hoped for. She is told she will meet a “good” man. Ironically she meets a man named David Good after she goes ahead with her life. She laughs when she meets him, realizing it is her future husband.

This movie is about moving on from past hurts, such as the loss Carly experienced when her brother died in a motorcycle accident, affecting not only her but her parents and sister Jane. It also reveals that David was driving with his parents in the car when they ran into a semi and they were both killed. Carly helps him to forgive himself and he helps her in turn. This is a story of hope. We are pleased to award this movie our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12 and over. This is one inspiring movie!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Kissing by man and woman.
Language: G/OMG-1; Goofball-1; Jerks-1; Grouch-1
Violence: Man smacks other man's head but it is partly played for laughs.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Woman thinks about committing suicide; a family deals with grief over the loss of a brother/son and a man deals with grief over his parents dying in a car accident and he was the driver; tension and an argument between a couple but they forgive each other.


Company: Living Mud Productions, LLC
Director: Danielle Minnes
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 108 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter