Now On Demand, Powerful Christian Movie on Adultery: “The Song”

By Published on February 25, 2015

“The Song” is nothing like your standard “Christian movie.” For one thing, its acting is stellar – from the first moment, you believe that these people are real and feel like you’re living among them. Their problems, sins and addictions aren’t airbrushed. We see how everyday selfishness and evil corrupts quite ordinary people, and how selfishness can corrode the best relationships.

“The Song” looks, sounds and feels like one of those “indie” films that win awards at festivals like Sundance or Toronto – minus the nihilistic message, gratuitous gore and cringe-worthy sex scenes. Its original soundtrack is full of authentically beautiful, catchy songs you’d expect to hear on the radio. But best of all, the story is true and powerful.

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