Duck Dynasty's Si Robertson Glorifies Being a 'Jesus Freak'; 'Faith of Our Fathers' Actors Talk War, Love & Peace [INTERVIEW]

Jeannie LawJul 07, 2015 11:03 PM EDT

Actors of the new film 'Faith of Our Fathers' Si Robertson and Kevin Downes opened up about being a Jesus Freak in times like these in America while promoting their new movie.

Robertson and Downes have been making their media rounds and stopped by the BREATHEcast studio. The two shared openly about the faith portrayed in the film, personal experiences in the Vietnam War and the importance of God's word, the Bible.

Watch the full interview below:


'Faith Of Our Fathers' takes place in two different time periods. In 1969, as the Vietnam War rages, two young fathers report for duty: a man of great faith and a cynic. A quarter century later their sons, Wayne and John Paul (David A.R. White and Kevin Downes), meet as strangers. Guided by letters their fathers wrote from the battlefield, the sons make an unforgettable journey to The Wall-the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. On the way, they discover that devastation of war cannot break the love of a father for his son.

'Faith Of Our Fathers' - A Story of Fatherhood. A Journey of Brotherhood.

The motion picture is a Vietnam War 50th Anniversary Commemorative Partner, and is a Downes Brothers production in association with PureFlix, the producer of the hit faith GOD'S NOT DEAD. The film stars Stephen Baldwin (THE USUAL SUSPECTS), Kevin Downes (COURAGEOUS, MOMS' NIGHT OUT), David A.R. White (GOD'S NOT DEAD, REVELATION ROAD), Candace Cameron Bure (Full House, Finding Normal), Rebecca St. James (SARAH'S CHOICE) and Vietnam veteran Si Robertson--"Uncle Si" on the hit TV show Duck Dynasty. Carey Scott directs. PureFlix and Samuel Goldwyn Films distribute.

It was produced by Bobby Downes, Kevin Downes, Michael Scott and David A.R. White. Executive producers are Bill Herren, Kevin Malone and Christopher Morrow.

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