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As Katie Lapp's (Danielle Panabaker) wedding day draws nearer, the young woman finds herself questioning her faith and her place in her Amish community. This made-for-TV movie is based on a book by Beverly Lewis.
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The Shunning is rated Not Rated
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Violence: An angry father breaks his child’s prized possession. A death by drowning is mentioned. Blood is briefly seen when a cooking accident results in a cut hand.
Sexual Content: A teenaged couple kisses. An unwed pregnancy is discussed.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A reference is made to a parent with addiction problems.
Other: Various people keep secrets. Some characters disobey instructions given by a religious order and ignore inconvenient laws. Adoption and miscarriage are discussed.
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Other movies featuring this religious order include Amish Grace (a dramatized account of a real event) and Saving Sarah Cain (also based on a book by Beverly Lewis). Danielle Panabaker can be seen in Sky High and Burgess Jenkins in Remember the Titians.