Movie Review – His Only Son

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His Only Son is an idea that David Helling has been working on for years. While in Iraq with the Marines, his idea bloomed. Over the next few years, he polished his idea and viola, His Only Son was born. This is the telling of Abraham’s story. His devotion through it all never faltered.

Helling did a great job on an ancient story. His style is what I found most interesting. As the story unfolds you travel back and forth between pivotal moments in his and his family’s life. Both storylines meet up at the end and produce a powerful climax.

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This movie isn’t for everyone. It’s a slow-moving story, but it makes sense why he was leading you up to a fantastical moment.

Grade: B

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There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of His Only Son.

Rated: (PG-13) Some Violence | Thematic Content
Genres: Drama, History
Starring: Nicolas Mouawad, Sara Seyed, Daniel da Silva
Director: David Helling
Writer(s): David Helling
Language: English
Country: United States

After being called on by the Lord, Abraham’s faith is tested on his three-day journey to sacrifice his son.

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