Home Front

Average rating: 3
1 hr 50 minNR

Three imprisoned soldiers are compelled to share their last memories of home with one another.

Parental Warning: Intense Scenes

Home Front

Recommended Age: 12+

Very strong Christian and biblical worldview with several empowering declarations on how only the Lord saves, and that all things are according to his will, the characters pray for one another several times, scriptures are mentioned out of Acts, Galatians, and Isaiah, a family photo is pulled out of a Bible, another Bible featuring the Psalms, Proverbs, and New Testament scriptures is given as a gift; No foul language or obscenities; Men are interrogated, and these intense meetings involve the enemies slapping and smacking their prisoners, often with guns, a father pushes his son into a pile of hay, a gunshot is heard off-screen; No sexual content; No nudity; A character admits to having a drinking problem, One of the veterans goes to a bar out of depression; No smoking or drug use; The veterans placed in the prison believe at one point that they are in hell, one character refers to war as a moneymaker, highly controversial questions are asked, including whether war is defying the Lord’s command to not kill, the pastor asked this question replies with his interpretation, that Jesus making a whip to drive out the tax collectors in the temple proves how violence can be used for defensive means.


Home Front


CastTimothy Paul Taylor, Brenda Jo Reutebuch, Cindy Maples

ProductionChip Rossetti