An upcoming faith-based film is attempting to go where no previous movie from the genre has ever gone.
Generational Sins — directed by Spencer T. Folmar and written by Folmar, Dax Spanogle, Jason Spanogle, Casey Salviano and Fernando Salviano — is overflowing with profanity, including multiple uses of “f—,” “s***,” “b****,” “d***” and “ass.” . . .
Movieguide, a yearly report on the entertainment industry from a Christian perspective, breaks down films into several categories, and it will be giving Generational Sins its lowest ranking when it comes to language, given there are 32 uses of profanity in the film. “The movie won’t do well if it’s advertised as faith-based,” says Movieguide editor Tom Snyder . . .
Chris Stone, founder of Faith Driven Consumer, an advocacy group for Christians, says he’ll be recommending Generational Sins, but to adults and not families. “It’s more graphic than I’m comfortable with, but it’s not unrealistic,” he says. “It’s an accurate portrayal of brokenness and sin, and some Christians will opt out.” (Read more from “Faith-Based Film Filled With F-Bombs” HERE)