Sometimes by accident Hollywood does one right. They really expose mormon doctrine in this movie for what it is. The story is about the Mountain meadows massacre on sept 11 1857. The movie shows the LDS for the ignorant, decieved servants of Satan that they really are. Low rent murderers of defenceless women and children who no doubt are like the pagan caananites of old. This movie almost turned me from a little "t" theonomist to a big "T" theonomist. Our forefathers did us a grave injustice I feel by not writing in to our laws and constitution during the early years of this country that only the confessing, Trinitarian and non papist Christian religion would be tolerated here. We are seeing the fruit of that today with the proliferation of cults and ism's that permeate our land. Watch the movie but not around the kids. If you have a short fuse like I sometimes have you might want to avoid it. I didn't hear any foul language, and only a small amount of nudity in a mormon temple ceremony. The violence at the end was not as gory as a horror movie but made me wince just the same. Overall it was very well made. Hank on the Bible Answer man interviewed John Voight today on his program about the movie. That's what got me interested.