"Little Boy," a new World War II-era feature film about a 7-year-old child who desperately wants his father to come home from battle, is set to release nationwide on April 24, with the movie promising to inspire audiences with a story predicated on faith, hope and love.
And TheBlaze has a worldwide exclusive clip from the movie that shows just how much faith Pepper Busbee (played by actor Jakob Salvati) has that he can bring his dad home from war.
The scene features a debate between Pepper and his older brother, London (played by actor David Henrie), in which the elder sibling chastises the little boy's claims that he can bring their father back from World War II.
"How? How are you going to bring dad back, you idiot?" a clearly frustrated London asks.
"Like with the mustard seed," Pepper responds, referencing a well-known Bible verses in the Book of Matthew. "You can move a mountain."
London, clearly angry, then sarcastically challenges Pepper to try and move an actual mountain in the distance. When the child complies, the town is in for a major surprise.
Watch the exclusive "Little Boy" clip below:
"Little Boy," which is set in the 1940s and includes themes of faith and love, promises to provide viewers with a lens into the "indescribable love a little boy has for his father and the love a father has for his son."
As TheBlaze previously reported, Henrie has credited the filming of "Little Boy" with completely changing his life and leading him back to his Christian faith.
Henrie, 25, said at a New York City screening earlier this year that he was in a “very agnostic place” before appearing in the movie, but that the film’s producers and crew helped change that, according to Breathecast.
“They were instrumental in changing my life, helping me to find the greater good and awaken the little boy in my heart, and led me back to my faith, led me back to my beliefs, and it has completely changed my life,” Henrie said.
Henrie talked with this author about his Christian faith last year as well:
Find out more about "Little Boy" here.