‘The Blind’ True Story Of The Robertson Family Official Movie Trailer

‘The Blind’ True Story Of The Robertson Family Official Movie Trailer

The official trailer gives a look at the new, upcoming film “The Blind,” which is a movie about Phil Robertson’s early life, his marriage, his troubles with alcohol and ultimately, his turning to the Lord. 

Everyone has a past, often littered with hurtful words, actions and other things we wish we could easily forget. As most people know, it’s not usually that simple. Relationships can be strained and broken, with no chance of repair due to things said or done in the past. However, thankfully there is One who forgives, extending grace and mercy to sinners. 

“The Blind,” set to hit theaters on September 28, is about beloved “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson. The film, though, goes beyond the popular A&E reality TV series. It is about Phil’s life before the show and fame and fortune.

The film’s official trailer begins with Phil, a young man in a football uniform, approaching his eventual wife, “Miss Kay Carroway.” In a quick sequence of images, the trailer shows the two going out on a date, falling in love and with Phil placing a ring on Kay’s finger. But things quickly take a dark turn.

Phil is shown with a can in his hand, tumbling to the ground in a drunken state. Kay laments to a man in uniform about how bad things have gotten in her marriage.

“He becomes the devil, Si,” she says. 

Things only get worse from that point and continue along a downward spiral. Phil, while screaming, slams, smashes and breaks items in his house. Eventually, as the trailer shows Phil’s life going from bad to worse, he orders his wife to “get out.”

But thankfully, that’s not where the story or the film’s official trailer ends. 

The film’s official website describes “The Blind” as a movie that “shares never-before-revealed moments in Phil’s life as he seeks to conquer the shame of his past, ultimately finding redemption in an unlikely place.”

Galatians 2:20 “I have been crucified with Christ, and it is no longer I that live, but Christ living in me: and that which I now live in the flesh I live in faith, the faith, which is in the Son of God, who love me, and gave himself up for me.”

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