From Producer Erik Yeager:
Exactly one year ago today, 120 friends—including many of you—kindly supported David DelaGardelle’s and my endeavor to bring The Narrow Road to the world as an illustrated novel. (Don’t have a copy? It’s not too late! https://narrowroadmovie.com/the-novel/)
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I hope you enjoy the film!