Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Trust Fund (Movie) {Crew Review}

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Some days are slow ones.  You just need to sit back and enjoy a great movie with your kids.  A good, Christian, family movie like Trust Fund from Mapelle Films.  Bonus when it comes with a book like Love Was Near.  Extra bonus when it's a movie produced by a fellow homeschooler like Isaac Alongi.

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Trust Fund tells the story of Reese: sister, daughter, lover and writer.  She's a girl who's been lucky in life, very blessed and who's always tried to find the easy way to get through her day to day.  Her parents worked hard to provide a good life for her and her sister, Audrey.  Audrey is the perfect daughter who does all the things she's supposed to while Reese is the one who pushes the limits and goes against the family's wishes for her life.

Reese finds herself wrapped up in a situation that only faith and hope can really get her out of.  She trusts the wrong people, loves the wrong people and has to learn that the right people were there for her all along.  Her family's love is unconditional and forgiveness comes in time for all.

If you're looking for a great Christian family movie, Trust Fund is it.  This isn't a movie for young children but is rated PG.  There were no edgy scenes, no bad words, no risky issues.  The story line is better understood by older children though.

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Along with the movie, we were sent a copy of the book that was based from the movie, Love Was Near.  This is Reese's story and is written in a journal like design.  Reese talks about her feelings in life, things she's going through, happiness, sadness and all that is between.

I really love this book.  It's interactive.  Questions are asked and there are spaces for answers to be provided.  It works like a book report or a journal and really gets the person reading the book thinking.  It provides a place to get your thoughts onto the pages and is a great keepsake.

My 14 year old daughter Emmalee and I watched this movie together and read through some of the book as well.  It was a bonding experience for us both that we enjoyed.  Just hanging out for the day, talking about the movie, sharing and being together was a wonderful, relaxing day for us both.

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Trust Fund (movie) will soon be available through Mapelle Films.  There is a movie soundtrack currently available for $9.99 through the Mapelle Films store.  Love Was Near is also available in the store for $12.99.

Additionally, there is a downloadable study guide for this movie which we did not use but it's an amazing addition if you like using study guides with movies.   You can get it here: https://mapelle.com/tools/ 

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