Darren and Heather have a picture-perfect marriage. They are both committed to each other, to their children, and to the Lord.
Michael and Tonya are struggling in their marriage and have been for some time. Michael has anger issues and ignores Tonya on a regular basis.
One day, both Darren and Michael, as well as two other secondary characters in the movie, receive orders to deploy to Iraq. Darren will be deploying as a chaplain and for the first time; Michael and the other characters as soldiers.
Darren came back from Iraq a different man.
Michael came back from Iraq a different man.
One for the better, one for the worse.
What happens in Iraq changes both men forever. Darren sees things, experiences things, and faces loss that he’s never experienced before his deployment.
Can a couple with a strong faith rely on God to get them through a crisis in their marriage?
Can a couple of the brink of failure allow God to intervene?
Indivisible is a touching story of faith, love, and patriotism. It details the realities of war, the difficulties our soldiers and their families face, and tackles the difficult topic of PTSD. While I have a grandpa who served in WWII and the Korean War; a father-in-law who served in WWII, and a cousin who served in Iraqi Freedom, I didn’t realize the extent to which our faithful servicemen and women give of themselves – their sacrifices – to keep or great nation free.
There is nothing objectionable in the movie; however, there are some scary parts that would frighten younger children.
Indivisible is based on a true story, and is one you’ll want to watch more than once. I give it a strong five out of five stars and highly recommend it for age 12 and older.