The story in this film is about a teen trying to hold life all
together after his mother death and his father abandoned the family,
and his older bother doing nothing to help them out.
He struggles to keep things going for himself as well as young twin sisters.
He realizes that he can not do it himself and he needs God and Faith.
This movie is rated PG. There is no bad language in this movie,
however there is some drinking by adults.
There is not much violence but there is a time or so when
Seth gets into fights with the football players in his school.
These scenes may be a little intense for young children.
Here is a synopsis of the movie:
Left motherless by tragedy and abandoned by his father, high school senior Seth McArdle (Samuel Davis) faces enormous pressure as he strives to support his little sisters. At school, he endures the daily bullying of the football team. But fighting back only finds him singled out for punishment and assigned to an after-school work detail under the supervision of the reserved groundskeeper, Abel (SOUL SURFER’S Kevin Sorbo). Much to his surprise, Seth discovers that Abel may be the only one who truly understands his struggles. As dark times lure Seth toward desperate measures, the reluctant Abel may be the one person who can point him back toward the light.
You can visit the website, http://www.abelsfield.com to view the movie trailer.
It is available now on DVD or
for digital download here: http://www.abelsfield.com/buynow.
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