"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest."
Follow a modern-day family on a historical and humorous journey as they learn about the origins and importance of the U.S. Constitution. Guided by a charming statesman from America’s past, the family experiences a series of illuminating adventures that provide educational touch points on key aspects of the Constitution and Amendments, including those guaranteeing freedom of religion and speech, the right to bear arms, search and seizure and more. The powerful message of understanding constitutional rights and the limits of potential new laws make this film a must-see for viewers of all ages.
While this 96 minute film is not rated, it is family-friendly.
Making the Film
In Search of Liberty was brought to the screen by director/producer Norm Novitsky, an independent filmmaker and founder of IC Liberty Films LLC and BluNile Films. Norm is known as a passionate champion of the U.S. Constitution, with a mission of providing educational media on the subject. He brings a successful, entrepreneurial background to the production along with a team of accomplished stage, TV and movie talent. The goal of In Search of Liberty is to provide a visual and entertaining film that empowers viewers to understand their rights, the importance of protecting freedom and the challenges that may occur along the way.
Why This Film Is So Important
Understanding and protecting our constitutional rights, liberty and freedom is a vital topic of national awareness. In Search of Liberty educates and provides clarity on the tenets of the Constitution in an entertaining, straightforward and contemporary way. The heart of the film shows that if the Constitution is lost, freedom, as we know it, is also lost.
"It's not often a film comes around that gives viewers a positive look at the Constitution — but now may be the perfect time for this." - Zachary Leeman, Lifezette/Popzette
"The powerful message of understanding constitutional rights and the limits of potential new laws make this film a must-see for viewers of all ages." - Homemakers for America
"I believe every home in America should have a copy of this movie. That is how strongly I feel about it." - John Moore, Republic Broadcasting Network