John Paul and Wayne are two young men in search of their fathers in 1994, who died in Vietnam. In 1969, Eddie and Steven are two young men who love their sons, even though they've never met. These parallel stories are told in Faith of Our Fathers, as John Paul and Wayne travel to Washington DC, reading letters written by their fathers, about the horrors of war and the test of faith.
The movie is, overall, family-friendly. There is some war violence, which means it's only appropriate for older children and teens, but there's no other inappropriate content. The special features also provide a great insight into Father's Day and Memorial Day, making this a great movie to watch around those days, or around Veteran's Day. The story was worth watching and the movie made the plight of soldiers during the Vietnam War seem more real, even if it was hard to watch at times because of the serious nature of war.
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