The movie “Life’s Brand” is set to hit Spanish cinemas on April 14, 2023. After its release on September 9 in the USA, it spent a week in the top ten at the American box office. Following in the footsteps of successful films like “Fireproof” and “War Room,” “Life’s Brand” is based on the incredible true story of David Scotton, celebrating adoption, reconciliation, and love. You can find the review of this movie by Cinemagavia here.
‘Life’s Brand’ Arrives in Cinemas
European Dreams Factory, the film distributor, has revealed the poster and trailer for “Life’s Brand”, which will be shown in Spanish theaters starting from April 14. The film explores the theme of adoption through a compelling story inspired by real events. The protagonist, David, is an 18-year-old boy who lives happily with the family that adopted him as a baby. His comfortable world is turned upside down when his biological mother expresses her desire to meet him. With the support of his adoptive parents, David embarks on a journey of self-discovery that leads him to an astonishing truth about his past.
Produced by actor Kirk Cameron (“Fireproof”) and the Kendrick brothers, the film is directed and co-written by Kevin Peeples, known for his work on “War Room” (2015) and his collaboration with the Kendricks. With “Life’s Brand”, the creators aim to celebrate the beauty of adoption through an emotionally powerful story, where reconciliation, forgiveness, and love serve as healing elements in human relationships.
- Original Title: Lifemark
- Year: 2022
- Duration: 120 min.
- Country: United States
- Director: Kevin Peeples
- Writer: Kevin Peeples
- Cast: Kirk Cameron, Alex Kendrick, Marisa Lynae Hampton, Dawn Long, Rebecca Rogers, Raphael Ruggero, Isabelle Almoyan, Lowrey Brown, Melissa Coles, Ezra DuVall
- Music: Kyle McCuiston
- Cinematography: Bob Scott
- Production Companies: Kendrick Brothers
- Genre: Drama
“Life’s Brand” delves into the subject of adoption through a story inspired by real events. The protagonist, David, is an 18-year-old boy who lives happily with the family that adopted him as a baby. His comfortable world is turned upside down when his biological mother expresses her desire to meet him. With the support of his adoptive parents, David embarks on a journey of self-discovery that leads him to an astonishing truth about his past.
Statements from David Scotton
“People don’t know how to talk about it, and that’s the beautiful thing about “Life’s Brand”. It shows what adoption is. It shows that it is a beautiful choice. And it shows that adoption can save a life, just like it saved mine, and also build a family, like it built mine,” says Scotton himself. “Birth mothers are heroes, and we have to look at them as such,” continues the real-life protagonist of this story. He also hopes that the movie “Life’s Brand” will inspire everyone who watches it and instill a deep appreciation for adoption and life.
Kirk Cameron and the Kendrick Brothers
Kirk Cameron rose to fame in the successful 1980s series “Growing Pains.” In 2008, he starred in “Fireproof,” which was a huge hit at the US box office, earning 33 million dollars and generating DVD sales that have exceeded 50 million dollars.
The Kendrick brothers, Alex and Stephen, began their careers as filmmakers in 2003 and have been involved in directing, producing, and acting in films like “Courageous” (2011), “War Room” (2015), and “Overcomer” (2019).
Trailer for ‘Life’s Brand’
European Dreams Factory began its journey in 2008 with the release of “Bella,” starring Eduardo Verástegui. As a prominent distributor of family-oriented films and cinema with values, they have built an impressive catalog that will approach a hundred titles by 2023.
Source: Press Release from European Dreams Factory
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