In the Netherlands, Corrie Ten Boom and her family risk everything to hide Jewish refugees by the hundreds and ultimately face the consequences when they are discovered. World War II. Darkness has fallen over Europe, and the boots of the Third Reich echo through the streets. But on a quiet city corner in the Netherlands, some choose to resist. Corrie Ten Boom and her family risk everything to hide Jewish refugees by the hundreds, and they ultimately face the consequences when they are discovered. The Hiding Place is their story—a story of faith, hope, love, and forgiveness in the face of un-thinkable evil. This powerful cinematic presentation was adapted for the stage by A. S. Peterson, directed for the stage by Matt Logan, and filmed for cinema audiences in Nashville, Tennessee
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What a powerful movie that the whole family will love. The faith and courage that it took for Corrie, her sister, brother, and Father all to risk everything to hide Jews during WWII is unbelievable. The work and cooperation it took from some of the community to help them is to be commended as well. It took a village.
In the time of pure evil, that no one could believe, there was Corrie's story, "The Hiding Place," full of faith, love, hope, and forgiveness. Forgiveness is the key.
This is a different theatrical expierence as for me as it involves the stage and film and it brought the story to life. I loved it!
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