A wonderful new reimagining of Corrie Ten Boom's biographical tale of forgiveness and reconciliation in the shadows of WW2. The family bravely hide Jews in their small clock shop. The consequences are dark and devastating. The production looks not only at the story from Corrie's viewpoint but also from a German army officer's angle as well. How do they both regard their families, their faith, the Jewish people and the occupation of Holland? They begin in different worlds, but eventually come face to face with each other. Moving and inspiring, and relevant for today.