The message of this movie is that it is the victim's duty and obligation to forgive and even actively love those that have harmed them. The main character is a young woman who is randomly attacked and raped, which leads to pregnancy. She chooses to keep the baby and then decides that God wants her to forgive her attacker and introduce him to his baby. She seems thrilled to do this, exhibiting no hint of the trauma and fear that victims feel toward their attackers. When her family finds out and is understandably upset, they are portrayed as the bad guys.
This movie perpetuates the extremely harmful myth that if you are simply nice enough to someone, they will change and become Super Nice Perfect Christian Guy. This myth is the reason women are encouraged, forced, or guilted into staying in abusive relationships. They are blamed for their own suffering for not being loving enough or submissive enough or forgiving enough.
On top of the misogynistic nonsense that is the story, the film itself is badly made. The cam was so shaky it made me sick to my stomach. The production quality is on a level with daytime soaps. This movie has NO redeeming qualities.