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The I Can Only Imagine true story reveals that Bart's parents divorced when he was just three years old. According to Bart, his mother always said, "I married a teddy bear but went home with a monster" Billboard. Unlike what is seen in the movie, Bart lived with his mother up until the third grade. It was then that his mother chose to move away with her third husband. It was decided that it would be best for Bart and his older brother Stephen to stay with their father, Arthur People. Bart's brother Stephen pictured below is absent from the movie.
C hristian-themed entertainment, especially in film, TV and music, is a booming sector in the US. However, not much of the stuff has made it out of the most niche distribution circles in the UK, so the breadth of nationwide exposure here for this particular faith-based work is noteworthy in itself. That probably can be at least partly accounted for by the breakout popularity of the song which gives the film its name, I Can Only Imagine , by pious pop combo MercyMe. Born into a working-class Texan family, as a child Brody Rose young Bart seeks solace in music from the physical and psychological abuse meted out by his bitter, alcoholic dad Dennis Quaid in a moving, career-reviving turn. However, he gets into his high-school glee club and the church choir. There he finds recognition of his fine singing voice and emotional support, particularly from girlfriend Shannon Madeline Carroll. A row with Dad sets him off on the road, where he joins a band and plugs away in time-honoured musical biopic fashion, only to ultimately retuen home for a reunion with his dying father, who was led to Jesus in the intervening time.
And next Spring, in theaters everywhere, I CAN ONLY IMAGINE will is the basis for this brand-new movie from the Erwin Brothers (directors of October Baby .
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Sign in. The inspiring and unknown true story behind MercyMe's beloved, chart topping song that brings ultimate hope to so many is a gripping reminder of the power of true forgiveness. One day his mother drops him off at a Christian camp where he meets Shannon. Upon his return from camp, Bart finds his mother has left and movers are removing her belongings. He angrily confronts his father, who denies that his abusiveness was the reason she left. Years later, in high school, Bart and Shannon are dating.