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Synopsis

Sound of Freedom, based on the incredible true story, shines a light on even the darkest of places. After rescuing a young boy from ruthless child traffickers, a federal agent learns the boy’s sister is still captive and decides to embark on a dangerous mission to save her. With time running out, he quits his job and journeys deep into the Colombian jungle, putting his life on the line to free her from a fate worse than death.

Cast

  • Jim Caviezel
  • Mira Sorvino
  • Kurt Fuller
  • Bill Camp
  • José Zúñiga
  • Gerardo Taracena
  • Scott Haze
  • Gary Basaraba
  • Eduardo Verástegui
  • Manny Perez

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Verified Review
#truestory

If people want to be part of the change, start here. And then do something.

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Cory L
Verified Review

The most important movie we've ever seen in our lifetime The impact it made on the audience was visible. I thank God for those that took a stand to make this movie and I pray that it is the most seen movie of all times. Please support this movie.

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Connie M

Metacritic

20
Aug 30, 2023

This is just a dull and badly acted movie.

Metacritic review by Peter Bradshaw
Peter Bradshaw
The Guardian
38
Jul 7, 2023

A compelling hot-button subject and engrossing “true story” runs up against a ponderous script, pedestrian direction and the limited range of star Jim Caviezel in Sound of Freedom, a lumbering thriller about international child sex trafficking that flatlines when it’s meant to be moving, uplifting and inspiring.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation
50
Jul 7, 2023

Take away the noise surrounding it, and Sound of Freedom has distinct cinematic ambitions: a non-graphic horror film with what could be called an art-house sensibility for muted rage and precise, striking shadows derived from an already bleak world. If “Sound of Freedom” were less concerned with being something important, it could be more than a mood, it could be a movie.

Metacritic review by Nick Allen
Nick Allen
RogerEbert.com