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Thirteen-year-old Ben Gibson (Travis Knight, UHF, An Outlaw in Oklahoma) needs help. His mother (Susan Howard, Dallas, Star Trek)—armed with her Bible, two suitcases, and a little cash—has journeyed with her children across the country to Los Angeles in search of the man who deserted them. Victimized and forced onto the streets, they come face-to-face with the horrors of homeless life in a strange and daunting city. Grasping a shred of hope and one small clue, Ben continues the hunt for his earthly father—and discovers much more. Special appearance by Billy Graham. Also stars John Schneider, Stanley Kamel and D. David Morin. Directed by Michael Sajbel (One Night with the King). Closed captions. Dove Family Approved (12+). Approx. 60 minutes.
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TB1 Stars Out Of 5Come the MorningJuly 15, 2015TBQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Did not finish watching it... Poor quality....
ButterflyMom4 Stars Out Of 5Awsome message!March 25, 2015ButterflyMomQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Loved this movie. So wonderful to see a story line like this that is realistic and portrays a real family in crisis. Homelessness needs to be addressed in all societies. I did tell my daughter, after she watched it, that in my experience ,( and many people have shared their experiences also) that reaching out is not always welcomed. That is a hard pill to swallow. Not everyone will accept help. I loved how this situation turned and one man followed through and helped a family in need. That scene challenged my heart! To imagine how many really needy people, just like you and I, might be turned away by a cold dead heart that has the resources, but to them homeless people "DESERVE IT" challenged my heart. No, this family will forever be changed by what they saw and experienced and the kindness and not so kind acts of others, in their moment of need. I give to a rescue mission and will continue until the day I die! This movie inspired me and I hope will inspire all viewers to reach out to local and global shelters. Now, I always share the reality and not so positive aspects too. This movie might not be liked by those who do not like the pace, the quality or the acting, but I do hope anyone who has a heart for families at risk will view this and share it. The message is necessary in our day. This family could be anyone. Enjoy, I know I did. Please reach out to homeless people who are struggling and leave the judging up to God! Jesus told us to give to all who ask! This message and movie I hope will keep us out of the dark and remind us of the fact that many families need help. There will always be people around us who need the kindness of a so called stranger. We all need to be aware of people in crisis all around us and be ready to reach out. God Bless!