The new family-friendly drama “Alone Yet Not Alone” starring Kelly Greyson is headed to theaters this Father’s Day.
The film is based on the true story taken from the novel of the same name by author Tracy Leininger Craven that follows the powerful faith of two women who were faced with despair and fear during the French & Indian war in 1755. While “Alone Yet Not Alone” was released in 11 cities last year, the film will reach over 200 theaters nationwide on June 13.
Speaking about the themes of perseverance, faith, and positive values, actress Greyson said that “Along Yet Not Alone” would encourage and uplift families who see the film this weekend.
“I’ve been so privileged to be a part of movies that inspire people,” Greyson said. “‘Alone Yet Not Alone’ offers more than just momentary pleasure, there’s a bigger picture. I love to be a part of stories of redemption that are value-creating and that make people think. The film is something I am so excited about.”
Greyson, who is known for her role on “Return to the Hiding Place,” portrays Barbara Leininger in “Alone Yet Not Alone.” The films follows Barbara and her sister Regina who were captured by the Delaware Indians and transported over 300 miles through the wilderness to Ohio. However, the sisters were able to survive off of their trust in God as well as the hope of escape against all odds to be reunited with their family.
“She seemed like an amazing person, just faithful and dedicated and brave,” Greyson said of her character. “It was an honor to portray her.”