Franklin Graham: Movie ‘Unbroken’ Omits ‘Most Important Part’ of Louis Zamperini’s Life
From The Last Tradition
I guess it’s too much to ask Angela Jolie to give credit where credit is due!
CNS News reports Angelina Jolie did “an incredible job” with the film “Unbroken,” says Christian Evangelist Franklin Graham, but “unfortunately,” she stopped at chapter 33, leaving out the “most important part of the book” — when Louis Zamperini, a former WWII prisoner of war, returns home and his life falls apart until he turns to Jesus Christ.
The broken man became whole in 1949, when Zamperini attended a Billy Graham crusade in downtown Los Angeles. And that’s the “rest of the story,” which the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is now telling in a new DVD.
Tormented by nightmares, drinking heavily, Zamperini became alienated from his wife, who intended to divorce him — until she went to hear Billy Graham speak in downtown Los Angeles, Graham told Fox News on Wednesday.
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