Movie review by Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media
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age 12+

A man loses his way and finds God in awful drama.

NR 2019 98 minutes

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age 18+

Flawed movie with some great moments

More of a meditation on family life. A few really fine actors in a flawed movie execution
age 13+


I believe tis story depicted real life scenarios about ones life. I can relate to many of the situations that Ryan was dealing with as i to went thru similar situations with losing my job and losing my mom at the same time. I did not pick up the technical faults ss you mentioned. I just watched and followed the message of the movie. I thought Tina Louise did an excellent job. I really enjoyed the message of this movie

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