Little Boy, produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, focuses upon the importance of family, faith, and striving for virtue. Set in a small American town during World War II, the movie traces the trials and triumphs of a "Little Boy" who adores his Dad but doesn’t have many friends.
When his Dad enlists to go into battle, Little Boy is desperate to bring him back home safely. His parish priest gives Little Boy what he calls an "ancient list"--the corporal works of mercy--that the priest promises will ensure his father’s return. In turn, Little Boy visits the imprisoned and befriends the lonely, not only serving others—including a marginalized Japanese man discriminated against because of Japan’s part in the War—but Little Boy also grows spiritually.
Beyond fatherhood, faith, and growing in a relationship with God, Little Boy is also about putting faith into practice. In living a faithful life, it's possible to move mountains and contribute in a positive way to society's moral development.
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