Overcoming Challenges to Become a Dynasty: Miss Kay reflects on the making of The Blind

The movie The Blind is the story of Phil and Kay Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame.

These two were raised in rural northwest Louisiana. The movie talks about their dirt-poor beginnings and the incredible challenges they had to overcome to become the “dynasty” they are today.

The Blind tells the story of how Phil Robertson fell into a drinking addiction and practically destroyed their marriage.
Miss Kay said even during their separation and her lowest point she never stopped praying. They struggled for ten years. She said that she knew they had to tell all their dirty secrets if they were going to allow this movie to be made.

The Blind is available to buy on digital and will be available for Blu-Ray and DVD on November 14th!

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