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  • Actors: Ashley Kate Adams, Juliana Allen, Matt Wallace
  • Directors: Jefferson Moore
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Echo Light
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Run Time: 152 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008D1RDHG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,786 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Becca had It all: beauty, a successful fiance, and the job of her dreams. Everything was going according to her plan until the day she was diagnosed with breast cancer. In the blink of an eye, her entire life came crashing down around her. The fiance ran off with some new fling. The dream job wouldn't wait for her to get better. The toll Cancer took on her body made her feel like less than a woman. Broken and alone, she refused to leave the house. She wanted cancer to finish what it started. But in her darkest hour, she found a mysterious ray of hope in the most unlikely of places.Kelly Filmworks and director Jefferson Moore (A Perfect Stranger, Clancy) present this inspiring story of a shattered woman who discovers the resilience to keep living in the message of a man she's never even met.

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I pray I can be just like him!
K. Fabian
With words of encouragement and God's love, Becca slowly steps out of the darkness she has allowed to fall on her and starts to find her life again.
The Not So Perfect Housewife
Message" is a very moving, emotional movie.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By W. J. Marshall on November 8, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I must admit that i am a huge fan of Jefferson Moore.I have all of his films on dvd and absolutely love,"The perfect gift."Read my review of it to find out how much i like the film.This film has his usual group of regulars popping up.People that we have seen in his various other films.It is dominated by a tremendous performance by Ashley Kate Adams.In a larger budget,bigger studio picture she would have surely been up for award after award for her performance in this movie.As a cancer victim,she is moving,touching and vulnerable.We feel for her as this disease and it"s effects shatter her life.This is also a film of hope and triumph.It"s central message is that true beauty is on the inside,not the outside and we are presented with people that the world has rejected seen in their true beauty as God sees them>this film is not overtly evangelical,as Moore"s other films are,but that does not detract from it"s message that God loves each one of us and we are important to Him,whether we are healthy or not,disabled or not.loved or hated by the world.This is a fabulous film.It is long,but i didn"t feel i was sitting through a two and a half hour film when i saw it.We share with Ashley on her journey to victory and we learn how one person can literally change the world for somebody else by simply sharing God"s love.This is a triumph for Jefferson and all involved.Buy this film and experience it.As a bonus,money from every copy sold is going to cancer charity.Thank you Jefferson and all at Kellys filmworks.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Corneiller on November 14, 2011
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1 MESSAGE expertly delivers several (messages).
You don't have to be familiar with the heartache of cancer to appreciate a film that deals with the healing of mind and soul, as well as body. Which is exactly what JEFFERSON MOORE accomplishes with this movie.
Being a Christian novelist, I can rejoice in the works of others that both inspire me to improve my life and entertain me to the utmost, like 1 MESSAGE.
Ashley Kate Adams delivers a magnificent performance that brings Mr. Moore's script to fruition. She's on screen most of the film and we never tire of her presence. No small feat for any actor.
The ending is quite surprising but richly gratifying and will remain in your thoughts long after the film has ended.
Thank you for allowing me to support this film with my humble opinion.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 26, 2011
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I'd read the book and was anxiously awaiting the film. Well, it arrived yesterday, so I sat down and watched it. After going through a half box of Kleenex (and I don't cry easy), I decided to watch it again. My wife was out, so we'll be watching it again tonight and it will probably grab me again. When I saw that it was 2 1/2 hours long, I was a bit concerned, but when the credits rolled, it didn't feel anywhere near that long. This is an excellent film. Low budget, but between the story, acting, and directing, you'd never guess it. I'm really glad I bought two copies, 'cause I'm sure one will never make it back. Somewhere along the line, it will disappear into the "I gotta have it" cabinet in someone else's home.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dineen A. Miller on December 6, 2012
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I'm a kind of a movie nut and find nothing more relaxing than giving myself permission to sit and watch a movie. I love this time to just kind of "check-out" and be entertained. Besides this is good research for a writer to see how characterization is handled and to get ideas. No, joking. For real and for true. (I did say I have to give myself permission here.) So here is another movie review for you:

1 Message is a story about a young woman named Becca who seems to have it all until she's diagnosed with breast cancer. Her life pretty much does a 180 and where the movie starts is at the end of that turn around and she is not a pretty picture. As the story progresses the story behind her story unfolds in bits and pieces and we slowly get the full picture of what brought Becca to this shut in place in her life. The title, 1 Message, refers to a single email message that is the catalyst to turning her life back around and Becca's journey back to the land of the living.

The movie is really well done and the acting high caliber. Yes, this is a faith based film and in my opinion, one of the best kinds. I love stories like this where God's more in the background putting the pieces in place. Kind of like the book of Esther in the Bible. And the ending is far from predictable. It's a tad bittersweet but definitely full of encouragement and hope.

I definitely recommend this movie if you're looking for something on the more serious side but not too serious and with some great doses of humor. Inspiring, well done and time well spent being entertained with quality material (i.e. not a waste of your time).
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cindy Sproles on October 6, 2012
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The one regret I find at the end of "Christian type" movies is the fact writers tend to wrap the package in sweet paper and put a bow on it. Everything ends happily ever after. Still I enjoy the movies and walk away with a "feel good" attitude but maybe...a little let down. 1 Message broke the trend!

This movie, addressed so much on many levels, and it ended the way life ends...imperfect. By addressing 1)breast cancer 2)where our true beauty lays 3)forgiveness 4) encouragement 5)hope 6) survival 7)the unconditional love of Christ 8)peace 9) kindness 10)strength --I'd say it pretty much covered the gambit. Though I thought the movie would be predictable, I was wrong. Every spot I thought the knight should enter, he didn't. Bravo!

I love that, though it was a little long, it showed healing is a process and so is love. It proved even in growth there are setbacks and happiness is not found in what we have, what we do or even in who we are, but it's a choice - one we can make at any point in our lives.

Dean offers kindness and well-spoken words of wisdom from a perspective few know and Becca is at the perfect point in her life to accept what he offers. It goes to show you cannot force a person to change, you can only nudge them gently in the right direction and pray they follow by choice.

Ashley Kate Adams performs a beautifully balanced role as she walks us through the hurt, anger and devastation of Becca, into her forgiveness and freedom.

A film well-done and 1 Message well spoken.

My only question...what about the yellow dog?

Cindy Sproles
Christian Devotions, cofounder and Executive Editor
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