This is a faith based film as you can see from this trailer. It looks to me to be VERY well-acted (and the daughter is preciously adorable). You can see where the title comes from in the clip, and I just love that. The biggest "war" on my faith and hope were the "war years" during and after my divorce, after the emotional struggles then the practical ones, one thing after another, all faced when I was weak after the long battle in a difficult marriage. Truly when we are weak, we are strong. Because we lean not on ourselves, because there just isn't enough there sometimes. I prayed so much, and to make myself remember I had prayed, since I forget, and to make myself let go and let God, I often put little sticky-notes with tiny abbreviated prayers that I had put before God, and pile them up at Jesus' feet on my crucifix, or at St. Joseph's feet (holding child Jesus) if I was asking for his intercession. And always later, I could gather those up, and re-read, and see how God had come through every time. So those awful years I can now look back fondly on, remembering how God carried me, so much. You just don't really experientially know how powerfully He can intervene in your life until you ask, and we just don't tend to start asking and leaning until times are real tough. Which can later make you SO GRATEFUL for the hard times. In this movie, the war is a marital crisis, and you can see this wife going into battle... and this is the way of hope.