“With an A+ CinemaScore rating, we’re the top-rated movie in America, and we’re going to see word-of-mouth spread even further going into the weekend,” Harmon’s statement concluded. “The world needs to see ‘Sound of Freedom,’ and we know that our biggest competitive advantage—our incredible fans and investors—are going to make sure that happens.”
As the film depicts, Ballard was inspired to rescue over 120 victims while he was in Columbia. Ballard and his team also arrested more than a dozen human traffickers before leaving Columbia.
A statement at the end of “Sound of Freedom” notes that there “are more humans trapped in slavery today any other time in history…including when slavery was legal.” Unfortunately, “millions of these slaves are children.”