I'm a mom blogger/vlogger in Utah, blogging about everyday life. As a mommy blogger I write about being a mom (obviously) and making it more fun. I love to take the mundane things in life and blog about making them extra-ordinary. I also work in the film industry in Utah and often post film appreciation videos and things you can talk about with your family. I am The Ultimate Queen of Chaos living in Utah.
As a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints when I watched this I wondered, how many actors in this was also a member of the church. One thing that many don't know when making lds films is that not all the actors are actually lds. Actors are hired to do just that, act. They hire people to act, look and sound like they are lds missionaries, but may or may not be.
This movie had only a handful of individuals who were actually lds. Which they didn't even know till after that had been done casting. One funny story goes a little like this. When they were doing their first read through one of the actors approached Garret and said to him, If you want this to look authentic I'm going to have to shave. I actually served a mormon mission and missionaries are always clean shaven. They both had a good laugh when they both realized that they were both in fact LDS. They also assured him that he would have to shave when it came time to film. In the end there was 1 lds actor for every missionary companionship.