Miracles from Heaven
Anna Beam (Kylie Rogers) suffers from an incurable life-threatening digestive defect. After a freak accident, the symptoms—and disorder—disappear. Thus the tagline, “How do we explain the impossible?” Jennifer Garner delivers a stellar performance as Anna’s mother, Christy Beam, in this true story.
ClearPlay In Action!
The faith-based flick doesn’t need much filtering, but, if desired, ClearPlay’s highest settings will omit infrequent religious exclamations, and some name-calling. Those with queasy stomachs will appreciate the omission of vomit on the floor, and some medical procedures, too.
Is the miraculous cure of Anna’s digestive disorder hard to swallow? …
I believe in miracles from God, but whether viewed as a heavenly healing or as a peculiar phenomenon, Anna’s story is intriguing. The quality acting and beautifully composed shots enhance the film and elicit emotions, so although some might find the miracle hard to swallow, I only choked on my tears.
Trudy Bockoven, ClearPlay Awed-Bawler
Rated PG for thematic material, including accident and medical images; 109 mins; Directed by Patricia Riggen