After Julie Thompson, a young Christian woman, is raped and a baby is conceived, she decides to keep the baby. This decision leads her on a journey that forces her to explore and redefine her relationships with God, her family, friends. As she struggles to forgive her rapi... Read More
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After Julie Thompson, a young Christian woman, is raped and a baby is conceived, she decides to keep the baby. This decision leads her on a journey that forces her to explore and redefine her relationships with God, her family, friends.
As she struggles to forgive her rapist, Mike Connor, she visits him in prison and forges an unlikely bond. In Loving the Bad Man, she discovers that only her faith can guide them through this turbulent challenge.
Stars Christine Kelly, Arturo Fernandez and Stephen Baldwin.
Dove Family-Approved for ages 12 and up.
Format: Color, NTSC
Run Time: 88 Minutes
- Product type: Video
- Format: DVD
- Release Date: Jul 10, 2012
- UPC: 818728010009
- Height: 0
- Width: 0
- Length: 0
- Runtime: 105 Minutes
- Language: English
- Volumes/Discs: 1
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- It was a great movie of forgiveness as our Lord would do. by Honey on 6/21/2013
First viewing ,I felt the movie was good, but when I watched it over again, I really felt the actors did a really good job considering what a delicate subject they had to work with. It cannot be easy to be a rape victim and have a child come out of it which you decide to keep, but some people have done it and I truly believe the Lord will reward them greatly for it .
- Loving The Bad Man by ladybug5 on 8/10/2012
This was an overall good movie. There were a few scenes in the movie that were a bit too mediocre, like the prison scenes and some of the humor. The only real issue I had with this film was how the main character was depicted as a rape victim. It just wasn’t even close to real. I know the message of the movie is forgiveness, however I feel the writers could have made the main character situation more realistic. Nonetheless, it was a good movie and I would recommend.