Jeanne Cooper, famous for her many years as Katherine/Kay Chancellor on the soap opera The Young and The Restless, passed away in May. Later this month, a movie will arrive on DVD and VOD with a special dedication from her son Corbin Bernsen.
Releasing October 25 from Dallas faith-based movies enterprise EchoLight Studios, Beyond the Heavens tells the story of Oliver, a 12-year-old boy who is compelled by the lingering sadness surrounding the disappearance of his brother to scientifically investigate the existence of God.
“My hope is that Beyond the Heavens will encourage people to explore faith, open their mind and go beyond what they think they know,” said Bernsen. “This is what my mother encouraged me to do. I hope to encourage others to do the same through this story.”
Bernsen wrote, directed the film and co-stars as the boy’s father Gus Henry. The movie was filmed in Provost, Alberta and was praised by The Dove Foundation as a “terrific inspirational film.”
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