News Staff Report
Atmore resident Missie Tschida is an Ambassador for “The Blind,” the story of the Robertson family that debuts in theaters this week.
Ambassadors have special access to show the movie at non-profit or church locations when no other locations within a certain radius have access. Since Atmore fell into that category, Missie is able to have access opening weekend to show the movie one night only at Grace Fellowship Church, Friday, September 29, 6:30 p.m. Seating is limited. Tickets are $12.55 for adults, 12 and over; kids under 12 are $10.45. Tickets are available both at the door and pre-purchase using the QR code or link available on Facebook.
Long before Phil Robertson became a reality TV star, he fell in love with Miss Kay and started a family, but his demons threatened to tear their lives apart. Set in the backwoods swamps of Louisiana, “The Blind” 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.
This cinematic journey chronicles the love story that launched a dynasty, the turmoil that nearly brought it crashing down, and the hope that rose from the ashes to create a foundation for generations to come.