Unbroken: Path to Redemption Movie Review
Unbroken: Path to Redemption: The story of Louie Zamperini becoming an evangelist continues
Unbroken: Path to Redemption is the extension of the 2014 movie Unbroken. Both the movies are inspired by the same novel and both tell the story of the WWII war veteran Louie Zamperini, but they are different in essence. While the Unbroken (2014) deals with the first half of the novel, Unbroken: Path to Redemption covers the second half of the story.
Louie Zamperini in the sequel
As expected from an Olympian and a WWII war veteran, Louie Zamperini is featured by newspapers and magazines. People want to know more about his life as a POW in Japan and his homecoming but Louie Zamperini makes startling revelations about his life. He tells a priest that he has lost his faith in God and that it was an atom bomb that saved his life and the God.
He continues struggling with his life until he meets Cynthia, his love and future wife. But his marriage brings little changes in his life and he continues to live like a confused person. He starts drinking heavily and loses faith in everything. In the climax, he gets back his lost faith in God after listening to the Billy Graham’s 1949 Los Angeles Crusade.
Unbroken: Path to Redemption First Look & Poster
The poster has the athlete Louie Zamperini down to his knees before the ocean. He looks depressed and lost in his own world but went to the ocean to seek faith in God. The sunset color of the sky looks like the light of the God and Louie Zamperini seems to have blessings of the almighty power.
Why watch the movie?
The story has a message that is the power of faith and forgiveness. The movie is about life and its values. Those who have seen Unbroken shouldn’t miss the second and the final part of the novel that inspired the movie.
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