December 8, 2011
Jack, the ex-detective, has a painful past with his police job – he’s still harboring regret over his partner’s death, a mishap which occurred while they were out making an arrest. He’s now a mailman and a caring husband and dad – although his wife’s health is failing and he can’t seem to reach his daughter, Kate. Kate is struggling with influence coming from friends at school - along with the feeling that her dad cares more about spending time with her little brothers than herself.
Darrel the detective is grasping at anything to get leads on a new murder case. He’s already messed up a few times and his boss has ordered him to stay out of the case until he has evidence, but the desire to get out on the case has got the better of him. Dan, who owns a gas station that is financially unstable, is trying to go through a divorce with his wife, who is at fault but is trying to make amends. Rick and Curt are roommates, both with pasts of their own, but are trying to get back on the right track. Rick gets pulled into doing one last job for an old gang he has ties with, and Curt gets reluctantly sucked in as they are both threatened for their lives if they don’t get the job done in time.
It all boils down to one night in Dan’s gas station – “suddenly these strangers are thrust together by what some would call luck, chance, fate, coincidence, or even destiny. But is it something even bigger than that?”
This very well filmed and acted Christian movie gets you thinking… about Providence, everyday happenings, and taking life for granted. (There’s even a few surprise twists at the end.) Yes, we’ve all seen those types of Christian movies with horrible film-quality and lousy actors, but this one is truly making progress to reclaim the film industry. A suspenseful action, thriller, and drama for highschool-ages and up.