Alone Yet Not Alone
Director- Ray Bengston
Produced by- Barbara Divisek, George Escobar, Michael Snyder, Cynthia Walker
Rated- PG-13 for Violence
Alone Yet Not Alone is a POWERFUL film based on a true story of the French and Indian war. It is the story of Barbara Leininger (Kelly Greyson and Natalie Racoosin), who, with her sister, were captured during a merciless Indian raid. Raised by the Indians, 'Their faith became their freedom'.
This is an epic historical drama! The age group is definitely teens and up, due to fighting (PG-13 violence), intense drama and emotions etc. It is not bloody, and only one scene has brief obvious blood. There are other things that may likely bother younger children, including a women burned, reference to things the Indians did during their cruel raids, and scalping. (No one is seen being scalped, although scalps are seen.) This film has something for everyone! Action and fighting, suspense and drama, tenderness and love. And most importantly, Hope and Faith. There is a powerful message of trusting God and never loosing hope. This was a high budget film for an independent production, and that is obvious in the quality of the film. It is an independent film makers masterpiece. It will definitely move you. This story touches the heart!