#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A woman’s only son is killed by an opiate-addicted driver. Her grief turns to rage when the court system fails her and, desperately seeking justice, she pursues him. Their confrontation reveals more than they ever could have imagined.
Plot: After a woman’s only son is killed by a drug-addicted teen, her grief turns to rage by the court’s leniency. Desperately seeking revenge on the young man, she is forced to face the demands of her Christian faith. What happens next is unimaginable…
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Faith-based films are getting better.
I’ve seen my share of “faith-based” films and been disappointed. (“The writing, directing, and acting were awful, but other than that it was a great movie.”) Lately, however, films with spiritual themes are exhibiting the kind of quality that the subject deserves. Being familiar with some of Mitch Teemley’s work, I was anticipating excellence, and I wasn’t disappointed. Like some of the other reviewers, I was a little surprised that the “man of God” in this story is a Catholic priest. It was refreshing to see him portrayed as a normal man, who responds with as much shock, grief, and dismay as any other man would as he tries to make sense of what has happened in light of his faith. The emotions portrayed were very relatable, and at the end there is at least one character who is still struggling to accept the outcome. There are some very poignant, defining moments in the story, including dreams, that take us on the journey with the grieving mother from craving revenge to healing. I can’t say I was entirely surprised at the way things turned out; I have heard of such things happening in real life. But the main reason I found the satisfying ending entirely believable is because I recognize the unseen lead Character, who makes the impossible possible.
More Realistic than we’d like to admit
Oh No another religious film? Argh! Boy gets drunk and kills someone. Mother goes to boy and forgives him and then he changes his life and all’s right with the world. But it isn’t like that.
No! Mom and friends and relatives get MAD! The boy gets off easy in the court! How is that making him accountable? Mom and friends want accountability, justice, REVENGE! Then you see the brave mom going up against the gang kid and blowing him up. Blood! Guts! Gore. It isn’t like that either.
That’s what makes this film so good. It doesn’t go for the crowd-pleasing reaction. It seems more realistic when Mom meets the accused for the first time in jail. It makes sense when the priest talks to the kid. I understand that the process the characters goes through takes longer than what’s apparent in the film.
The directing is well done. You can see the pain behind their eyes, and the glow that starts to grow as the film goes further. This is not one to see with NO KLEENEX. Your shirt or hoodie will be sopping wet by the middle of the film! I also loved the music. Very nice use of guitar!
The plot is not unlike what happens in real life. The reactions are real and heartfelt. I highly recommend it. When I get some more Kleenex, I may watch it again.
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Director Mitch Teemley
Writer Mitch Teemley
Actors Christine Jones, Michael Wilhelm, Rupert Spraul
Country United States
Awards 4 wins & 12 nominations
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