Cautions: mild violent imagery
Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure retraces the footsteps of the United States as Kirk Cameron searches for hope for a morally, politically and religiously decaying nation. Beginning with the Pilgrims and their invaluable legacy as heroes of righteousness, and then taking a whirlwind tour through the Christian beginnings of Harvard and the Founding Fathers’ belief in the positive influence of Christianity on society, Monumental ends with a challenging but real formula for cultural transformation.
2012 | Duane Barnhart | 90 min Watch Trailer
Mild Violent Imagery
A brief, stylized clip is used to communicate the idea of a man being burned at the stake.
There are also brief, non-sensational references to methods of execution during the time of the Pilgrims.
There are a couple of references to hell as the perceived destination of the nation.
The story of the Pilgrims includes the early deaths of many of them, especially of women. Modern teen suicide is briefly mentioned.
There is a brief reference to teenage pregnancy. The word “rape” is used non-sensationally.
Very short video clips of re-enactors include shirtless men and boys, and men with bare legs.