- 1hr 38m
- 1hr 38m
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Continuing the remarkable true story of Olympian and World War II hero Louis Zamperini (Samuel Hunt), Unbroken: Path To Redemption picks up where the hit film Unbroken left off. Haunted by the memories of his time as a prisoner of war, Zamperini returns home and tries to put the pieces of his life back together. He falls in love and marries Cynthia (Merritt Patterson). He takes up running again. But he can’t let go of his need for revenge, and his lingering wrath and pain threatens to tear his marriage and world apart. A chance encounter with Billy Graham’s 1949 Los Angeles Crusade may give Cynthia the faith to hold on – and Louis a chance to find the peace that eludes him. Directed by Harold Kronk (God's Not Dead), the film is inspired by the bestselling non-fiction book by Laura Hillenbrand.
- Samuel Hunt
- Merritt Patterson
- Will Graham
- Lucky Afaratu
- Vincenzo Amato
- Derek Brandon
- Allison Bryant
- Andrew Caldwell
- Vanessa Bell Calloway
- Bobby Campo
Did You Know?
- Evangelist Billy Graham was portrayed by his grandson Will Graham.
- He was addressed as "Captain", but when he is shown floating on the raft his jacket has Sergeant Stripes.
Atom User Reviews
Great movie! Wonderful to see the continuation of Louis Zamperini's life after the war.
the movie brought tears to my eyes.. love a movie with a message
The movie delivers an inspiring message about the power of faith and forgiveness, which is its obvious raison d'etre. But it does so in the sort of formulaic, cliched and simplistic manner that afflicts so many inspirational films.
Zoran Popovic’s uninspired cinematography, paired with barely credible production design, give “Path to Redemption” the aesthetic feel of a low-budget reenactment segment in a basic cable history show. The performances operate at about the same level; no one gets to shine beyond over-acting during a few emotionally charged scenes.
Hunt gives it as all as the tortured Louis, but Patterson is the heart and soul of the film, giving a far more interesting performance as his long-suffering wife.