Two of the main characters in the movie was a young man bound to a wheelchair and a homeless man. One man is seen having unforgiveness in his heart toward God while the other presses through each day putting his full trust in God to lead and guide him. This is a movie about the power of forgiveness and how a God orchestrates each person's life to His most perfect plan. The ending was weird yet understandable.
Our family watched this DVD a couple of weeks ago. It was a bit cheesy, but had some great moments in which forgiveness and two lives meet under unusual circumstances. The scenes, we found, were a little slow. The ending seemed to just drop off, leaving the viewer to wonder what it meant. It does have a good message, but probably won't recommend it to others.
Our family greatly enjoyed this movie. The story was well crafted and did not resort to a trite ending. Our favorite scene was when the main characters were each praying and the camera dovetailed smoothly from one to the next...and the prayers were so heartfelt and real...not cheesy sounding at all.
The only annoying thing about this film was a technical aspect: the sound was too low on many of the dialogue scenes...so we had to crank up our tv volume to hear...
But please don't let that small minor inconvenience prevent you from watching this movie! It is a movie with a powerful message and is Christ centered in it's portrayal of each character's changes. Get this movie!