Movie tells story of young Joseph Smith and Book of Mormon


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  • Europe Topeno, Finland
    Sept. 2, 2011 11:26 p.m.

    We have seen Vuissa's three earlier movies and cannot wait to see this one when it is also available on DVD here in Finland.
    He has succeeded LDS comedy (baptists at our barbeque) and true LDS drama as well.
    I have found Vuissa a fresh spring of LDS art, a joy and edifier of my spirit.
    Even if I have not seen this movie, yet, I can strongly recommend it after seeing Vuissa's previous movies.

    Vuissa's own life is a story to be told. A young man joining the Church in Europe and going after his dreams of making true LDS entertainment that is what it should be.

  • Elane Mesa, AZ
    Sept. 2, 2011 10:16 p.m.

    I am excited to see this movie. We will support it when it comes to Mesa, AZ.

    I think the best LDS film I have seen so far is The Emma Smith Story. Our whole family loved it and we have watched it over and over.

  • Mormoncowboy Provo, Ut
    Sept. 2, 2011 1:26 p.m.

    "The story of the Book of Mormon has never been told in detail, and it is fascinating and amazing how a text that surfaced from such humble circumstances keeps affecting millions of people around the world, he said."

    Actually...I think it has.

  • Mike Johnson Stafford, VA
    Sept. 1, 2011 7:59 p.m.

    We enjoyed the movie here in Virginia, as well as talking with Dustin Harding and his brother.