Louisiana football star Gavin Grey had it all. He was an All-American champion who married his high-school sweetheart, homecoming queen Babs Rogers, and who was a hero to his hometown. Yet after a failed professional career, Gavin realizes that fame and success have passed him by and that he no longer is the hero everyone keeps reminding him he should still be. His dissatisfaction with his life leads to strains in his marriage, and Gavin begins to wonder who he is, if he's not a hero anymore. Written by
Jim Beaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Their life story is a love story
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A key scene featuring a candlelight parade involving large numbers of extras was filmed when snow started falling. Despite the beauty of the scene, director Taylor Hackford
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You once asked for his name for a chain of drive-ins.
Too late for that now.
Then will you give me a job?
I got a hundred black men need jobs! Black women, too. Why should I give you one?
Because you need white faces.
Performed by Deitra Hicks & Evan Rogers See more