In God's Country

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  • TV-PG
  • 2007
  • 6.2  (461)

In God's Country is an emotionally charged drama from 2007 that explores the issues of love, faith, and tragedy in a small town in Wyoming. The film revolves around Meg Galligan (Kelly Rowan), a single mother who moves to Wyoming with her daughter to escape a troubled past and start a new life. Meg is a hardworking and devoted mother who holds on to her faith and values despite the challenges she faces. The story begins as Meg and her daughter, Sarah (Martha MacIsaac), arrive in the small town of Sheridan, Wyoming. They both start working at a local ranch owned by the wealthy and successful Rob Naylor (Richard Burgi). Meg's strong work ethic and her ability to connect with the horses impresses Rob who quickly offers her a job as a ranch hand. Sarah, on the other hand, starts attending a local school where she is welcomed by a friendly teacher and new classmates. As Meg and Sarah begin to settle in, they find themselves facing unforeseen challenges. Meg struggles to keep her daughter safe and protected from the harsh realities of life in a small town. Her faith and values are put to the test when she finds herself the target of many of the town's residents who are suspicious of her past and her single mother status. Sarah, meanwhile, finds herself in the middle of a school scandal when her former classmates accuse her of stealing. Despite these challenges, Meg refuses to give up on her faith and values. She finds an unlikely ally in Rob who becomes her friend and confidante. They share a deep connection that goes beyond their professional relationship. Meg finds herself drawn to Rob, but she is hesitant to pursue a romantic relationship with him because of her past and her desire to protect her daughter. The film is filled with suspense and drama as the characters deal with unexpected twists and turns. The cinematography beautifully captures the stunning landscapes of Wyoming and the rugged beauty of the ranch. The music complements the visuals perfectly and adds to the emotional impact of the story. One of the main themes of the film is the power of faith and spirituality in people's lives. Meg's unwavering belief in God and her determination to live by her values is a powerful message that resonates throughout the film. The other characters also grapple with their own beliefs and values as they navigate the challenges of life in a small town. In God's Country is anchored by strong performances from the three main actors. Kelly Rowan delivers a superb performance as Meg, capturing her strength and vulnerability with equal skill. Richard Burgi brings depth and complexity to the character of Rob, and Martha MacIsaac shines as Sarah, portraying her as a typical teenage girl with her own struggles and dreams. Overall, In God's Country is a poignant and heartfelt drama that explores universal themes of love, faith, and redemption. It is a film that will resonate with audiences who appreciate insightful storytelling and honest, authentic performances.

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In God's Country is an emotionally charged drama from 2007 that explores the issues of love, faith, and tragedy in a small town in Wyoming. The film revolves around Meg Galligan (Kelly Rowan), a single mother who moves to Wyoming with her daughter to escape a troubled past and start a new life. Meg is a hardworking and devoted mother who holds on to her faith and values despite the challenges she faces.

The story begins as Meg and her daughter, Sarah (Martha MacIsaac), arrive in the small town of Sheridan, Wyoming. They both start working at a local ranch owned by the wealthy and successful Rob Naylor (Richard Burgi). Meg's strong work ethic and her ability to connect with the horses impresses Rob who quickly offers her a job as a ranch hand. Sarah, on the other hand, starts attending a local school where she is welcomed by a friendly teacher and new classmates.

As Meg and Sarah begin to settle in, they find themselves facing unforeseen challenges. Meg struggles to keep her daughter safe and protected from the harsh realities of life in a small town. Her faith and values are put to the test when she finds herself the target of many of the town's residents who are suspicious of her past and her single mother status. Sarah, meanwhile, finds herself in the middle of a school scandal when her former classmates accuse her of stealing.

Despite these challenges, Meg refuses to give up on her faith and values. She finds an unlikely ally in Rob who becomes her friend and confidante. They share a deep connection that goes beyond their professional relationship. Meg finds herself drawn to Rob, but she is hesitant to pursue a romantic relationship with him because of her past and her desire to protect her daughter.

The film is filled with suspense and drama as the characters deal with unexpected twists and turns. The cinematography beautifully captures the stunning landscapes of Wyoming and the rugged beauty of the ranch. The music complements the visuals perfectly and adds to the emotional impact of the story.

One of the main themes of the film is the power of faith and spirituality in people's lives. Meg's unwavering belief in God and her determination to live by her values is a powerful message that resonates throughout the film. The other characters also grapple with their own beliefs and values as they navigate the challenges of life in a small town.

In God's Country is anchored by strong performances from the three main actors. Kelly Rowan delivers a superb performance as Meg, capturing her strength and vulnerability with equal skill. Richard Burgi brings depth and complexity to the character of Rob, and Martha MacIsaac shines as Sarah, portraying her as a typical teenage girl with her own struggles and dreams.

Overall, In God's Country is a poignant and heartfelt drama that explores universal themes of love, faith, and redemption. It is a film that will resonate with audiences who appreciate insightful storytelling and honest, authentic performances.

  • Release Date
    2007
  • MPAA Rating
    TV-PG
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    6.2  (461)