In this New Zealand Christian film produced by the Billy Graham Evangelical
Association the players are all Kiwis and not known to American audiences.
But the protagonist Joe Manning looks like a young Matt Damon.
He's feeling pretty low, his mom ran away when he was a young kid, his father
just committed suicide. He's a promising saxophone player but he kicks away
a music scholarship. Later on he and a friend with the friend driving his
stepmother's car run down a 12 year old kid and leave the scene.
As this is a Christian film you know how it will go. Not a bad production,
but the attitude of the victim's family is a bit much to swallow.
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