I'm sure this has already been discussed on the BB, but, my wife and I watched this movie last night and were fascinated by it; the acting was superb and the producers did a magnificent job of capturing the visual beauty of the rain forest on film, but more importantly the story is true, and even more importantly we related to the truthfulness of it, i.e., the effects of a violent culture on the people ensnared by it. I thought it to be an uplifting (in the end) tale of violence, forgiveness, and reconciliation in the true spirit of Christianity. At first, I must admit, I thought how stupid and brash for those five that were killed to go in there among those murderous violent savages as they did, but before it was over I had admiration for their bravery, and ESPECIALLY for their family members after them. I can remember hearing of those five missionaries who were killed as a child in the SBC, there was much talk about it. I'm curious as to what others have to say of the film, or of the story in real life.