The Widow's Might
The Widow's Might is a 2009 American independent Christian film set in modern-day Texas and the Old West. It has been praised as "a groundbreaking film, even though it is a first feature film from a teenaged director." The film won the Audience Choice Award and the $101,000 Best of Festival award in the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival.
The film won the Audience Choice Award and the $101,000 Best of Festival award in the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival, beating films such as Fireproof and Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed.
Theatrical release and reception
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