16 Stones

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16 Stones is a 2014 American film that takes place in 1830s Missouri. It concerns the 16 stones of the Jaredites in the tradition of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.[1]

The film was directed by Brian Brough,[2] it stars Brad Johnson as Joseph Smith, Mason D. Davis as blacksmith James, Ilene Wood as James's mother, Ben Isaacs as missionary Thomas,[3] and Nathan Norman as the villain Mobber.[4] Norman says the film had a profound effect on his spirituality.[4]

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