Unbroken showed us the best of what a man could be in the face of unimaginable adversity. What it didn’t show us was what happened after he came home. This is the story of Louis Zamperini after he came home. How he met the love of his life and tried his best to move on. Those closest to him watched as he struggled to find himself again. Watching as he turned to alcohol as a method of quieting the nightmares. His struggle wasn’t just his though, it impacted all of those around him. Especially his beloved wife and daughter. Even as the times were darkest, they were there through it all. Louis found solace in his weaknesses, but he longed to be the man he was before “the bird” changed him forever. Change doesn’t always happen by choice, it’s a testament to the life that we live. The choices aren’t always ours but we choose how to deal with them. When Louis was at his lowest point, his wife stayed steadfast in her faith and through a friend… attended a revival that could change their lives. When she convinces Louis to attend with her, it becomes too much for him and he leaves. She refuses to give up on him. Even after everything that has happened in their lives, he just cannot see a future. That’s when she convinces him to give it one more chance. This time, he would attend with her and not only stay for what was happening but surrender himself to a power greater than himself. This decision changed many lives, but most of all his. The story targets a faith-based audience and does so with an incredible passion. Is it for everyone, no, but for those looking for answers… This may be it.