The Errand of Angels (2008)

Director
Christian Vuissa

Main cast
Erin Chambers; Rachel Emmers; Bettina Schwarz

Genres
Drama

Description
Sister Rachel Taylor of Boise, Idaho is an eager young missionary of the LDS Church who has been sent on an 18-month long mission to Austria. Rachel finds herself having a hard time adjusting to her new cultural surroundings in the foreign country. Due to differences in opinion, she is also unable to get along with the companion missionary that was assigned to her by the church.


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