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Saturday, May 6, 2023

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Kelsey is running from failure, heartbreak and humiliation. In an attempt to understand God’s purpose for her life, she goes to Taiwan to teach English. Will her leap of faith pay off?

Cast List

MacKenzie Mauzy, Kelsey (INTO THE WOODS, NCIS: New Orleans)

Justin Chien, Horace (Two Sides: Unfaithful)

Madison McLaughlin, Liz (Arrow, Chicago P.D.)

Michael Jong-Quin Huang, Principal (The Haunted Heart)


Leanne Morgan, Maida ((Netflix Original Stand-up special I’m Every Woman, Dry Bar Comedy, Thou Shalt Laugh 3)

“Sun Moon” is a touching reminder that God works through all the circumstances in our life.

Characters & Background

  • Kelsey is shocked and stuck after being left at the altar – unsure of everything she thought was God’s plan for her life. She abandons her faith and church.

  • Kelsey is ashamed and embarrassed to confront her neighbors and community after what happened. After missionaries from Taiwan visit her church, she sees a job there as an opportunity to start fresh. Her sister encourages her to go.

  • Kelsey’s first several days overwhelm her, but her pride won’t allow her to admit defeat.

  • Encountering some difficult students, Kelsey learns some are defiant to her teaching 

  • methods and tries a different approach.

  • The principal encourages her to learn from Horace, another young teacher who is liked by the students.

  • In an effort to assimilate, Kelsey asks Horace to teach her to ride a vespa and their friendship starts to form.

  • Kelsey’s adventures and explorations of the country continue, her students warm up to her, but Kelsey knows her time there is expiring. 

  • The school throws a big Christmas party at the end of the semester.

  • Students ask Kelsey to help them learn and perform a play based off the Biblical book of Ruth.

Cassandra’s Review- A family friendly movie that has touching moments, love and faith. The cast does a great job of keeping you in the storyline and the more heartfelt plot is sincere enough that you will feel inspired by the ending.

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