How could it not be? With true experiences of God's love during impossible trials, combined with the gifts and talents of T. C. Christensen to portray them, "17 Miracles" has to be one of the most moving movies we will ever see. As I watched from the background, I saw the dedication, spirit, and talent of T. C. His work as a director is meticulous. He takes whatever time is required to get all the possible angles, details and viewpoints. He is a master storyteller with a camera. After spending three weeks on set, I had no doubt that this movie would be a stunning success. From all reports, it is.
I took several pictures of T. C. "at work", but for some reason my camera had a problem and only gave me an "error" for about 3 days taking. I am disappointed in the pictures that I lost. However, on the last day that I was on set, we were at an area that looks very similar to Wyoming. At the end of a long day, T. C., typical of him, was visiting with cast members. He wasn't too busy or too rushed to take time for people--even a lowly extra. I managed to get a picture with him--he graciously posed with me. Duane, another extra who took the picture for me, also wanted one with T. C.