reb•e•lu•tion (reb’el lu shen) n. a teenage rebellion against the low expectations of an ungodly culture.

10/28/2005

SAICFF: "League of Grateful Sons" - World Premiere

What an absolutely incredible, God-glorifying, awe-inspiring, tear-provoking, blessing of an evening. The League of Grateful Sons has premiered to a packed auditorium of nearly 2,000 people. Professional throughout, the world premiere once again demonstrated a vision for excellence in medium and message.
The League of Grateful Sons uncovers a forgotten heritage and leaves today's sons and fathers a wonderful legacy. Let us honor our fathers. Let them tell the stories of God's providence and ever-present faithfulness. And let those stories continue from generation to generation; giving wings to young eagles.
The audience's appreciation for this film was evidenced by a prolonged standing ovation that continued throughout the credits. A standing ovation that was repeated when George Sarris introduced the brave World War II veterans, who made their way from around the world to attend the world premiere of a film that tells their story, and establishes the legacy of ordinary men who believe in duty, honor, commitment, sacrifice, and most importantly, a sovereign and gracious God who does all things well.