Marilyn Rowe is a strong, intelligent, fiery choir director of her Baptist church. Once a lively person, her life is now consumed by her continued sense of loss and grief over the hit-and-run death of her son, eight year old Cody. Very competent at her job, which involves several rather opinionated personalities, Marilyn is somewhat removed from life and joy, and though she has a boyfriend, Roland, she's unable to commit fully to him. When she accidently hits a homeless man with her car, Marilyn instinctively offers him clean clothes, food, and some money as repayment for her carelessness. However, when Marilyn discovers that Mozart is the man who hit and killed Cody, then drove away in fear, she gives into a long-simmering murderous rage and confronts Mozart with a gun. Eventually, Marilyn is able to come to terms with forgiving Mozart and moving on with her life. Dove approved. Approx. 79 minutes.