Where Was God? (2014) is a English movie. Travis Palmer has directed this movie. Micah Brown,Rhett Burnett,Kari Carmona,Kayla Carmona are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Where Was God? (2014) is considered one of the best Documentary,Drama movie in India and around the world.
May 20, 2013--an EF5 tornado ripped through Moore, OK. The magnitude of devastation measured over eight times greater than the atomic bomb that leveled Hiroshima. As the world watched, one question continued to surface-Where Was God?
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My wife, daughter and I went to see this movie Sunday morning. This was a most incredible experience. The stories of those folks who went through the May 20th, 2013 tornado in Moore, OK; the story of the mother and daughter who lost a husband/father, and a daughter/sister in the 2011 Joplin, MO tornado, who were led to come to Moore to help out and where their journey led them; the story of the couple who lost their only son and how that sacrifice brought new meaning to their lives; and the story of the teacher at Plaza Towers Elementary who suffered tremendous injuries (but saved 3 of her students by laying on top of them),and how her life has changed. These are just some of the stories that are presented in this film. But all are stories of Hope and Faith that need to be shared, stories to never forget. This movie is for everyone to see regardless of faith. What was really memorable was the music score composed by Christopher Clark that really enhanced this powerful film. I hope that this soundtrack is recorded and sold as a CD. I would certainly buy it and listen to it often. I am sharing my experience with this movie and I hope everyone else who sees it shares their experiences with everyone they know also.
After texting my daughter-in-law at 2:20 PM on May 20, 2013, to be watchful as storm heading their way, then watching in horror the classic cone shape morph into a monster column heading straight for their area, I fell to my knees asking God to protect our family from this deadly tornado. Within minutes, everything changed. No communication, no knowledge of who was OK. It was the most frightening day of my life. We are thankful to have been spared the heartache of lives lost. And, even though much of their "normal" has changed, there have been many days of hope and promise of better times ahead through our son's family's process of recovery. The creators of this film have captured the essence of God's mercy, grace and love in our lives through trauma and tragedy. You will be touched by these stories, and hopefully find peace and purpose in your own daily walk in this Gift of Life. We were completely blown away (forgive the pun) by many, many, many acts of kindness and compassion from family, friends, and even unknowns after the storm--another testament as to Where Was God. . . He is in and working through each of us! Well done, producers and cast!!
If you're looking for answers to the hard questions in life, academics are not the people you want to take advice from. You want to hear from people who have had to face the Hard Questions for themselves and come out on the other side. This movie is about real people in a real tragedy dealing with actual events. This is not a speculative pie-in-the-sky look at circumstances. This is a candid look at the reality of finding God in the midst of tragedy. On the anniversary of 9/11, I sometimes wonder, "If God did that miraculous thing for the person we're hearing from now, why didn't he do that for 3,003 others?" This movie does not provide an answer to that question. It offers a way to look at how God meets everyone's need, not always the same way, but in the end, I bless God for the mercies he does show rather than the ones he doesn't show. And I think that's where God is. He is with us in the horror and the fear and the dark cellar waiting to see what happens after it all blows over and he's with us when we come out. And after. Watch this movie with a box of Kleenex handy. You'll need it.
This film was so well made. I felt kind of speechless after viewing this film. Not only was it a documentary that allowed for a glimpse into the events of May 20th 2013 but it was also very artistic and creative. It was captivating the entire length of the film. All the stories of finding hope in the midst of suffering are brought together in a beautiful thread throughout the film. The music score is amazing. The music was beautiful, intense at parts and uplifting. Peoples' stories are genuine and while difficult in a lot of ways, they are also inspiring and hopeful. You will laugh and cry with the people interviewed. Overall you will walk away an amazing perspective of how to find hope in suffering. This is a must see!
My husband and I saw this movie tonight together. Take tissues! It's a very sincere and heart touching documentary! We loved how everyone pulled together and showed so much love and supported for each other. We have a son that attends OU, we were so very thankful and blessed that he was safe through the storms. We had traveled to the Norman/Moore area shortly after the tornado to visit him and we're shocked by the devastation. We've both lived in Oklahoma all our lives and have never seen the horrible results of a tornado. It certainly makes you realize they are much, much more serious than we can even imagine. This is a wonderful documentary and I hope everyone gets a chance to see it. It's a great reminder that God is always there, watching over us and helping us through each day.