Victor seems to have it all together - good looks, his own branding company, and life in L.A. But appearances can be deceiving, because in reality, he's broke, living out of his van, ...
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Victor seems to have it all together - good looks, his own branding company, and life in L.A. But appearances can be deceiving, because in reality, he's broke, living out of his van, $93,000 in debt and still looking for the ever-elusive purpose of his life. Pop, an elderly friend from the past, offers Victor his only choice - to come back home. Yet, home is a tattered trailer park in the Deep South, which is full of bad memories and broken relationships. Once home, Victor discovers that he must deal with his volatile past before he can move toward his promising future. Through the story's inspiring ending of reconciled relationships and realized dreams, we are reminded that no life is "common" - and that everyone has a God-given purpose.Written by
Excellent Indie Film! Real plot, real characters, real problems
Wow! Smooth, excellent flow and a real-life genre plot. People with problems (lots of them), hard times, failures, family struggles and painful memories,even a greasy politician (boo! hiss!) all in need of help, encouragement and redemption.
A large dose of reality with hope mixed in. Laughter, tears and reflection on my part all in 91 minutes. Not superficial.
Very well produced and acted; not a low-budget or stiff feel to me. Cinematography and scene framing well done. Music fit very well. Wrap-up could have had a bit more in the way of transitional time-passage cues, but talent and skill of production shine throughout.
My wife found it on Amazon. Watch it!
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