Bobby McLoughlin is the adopted child of Harold and Mary Hohne. He's a problem child, so when he is accused of a murder he didn't commit, he is soon recognized guilty. After a moment of ... See full summary »
Bobby McLoughlin is the adopted child of Harold and Mary Hohne. He's a problem child, so when he is accused of a murder he didn't commit, he is soon recognized guilty. After a moment of doubt, his father will be convinced of his son's innoncence, and will fight to get him out of jail. He will need a lot of work and effort to make the administration of justice admit its failure... Written by
Christophe Tronche <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This movie is about someone I actually grew up with. This movie is worth watching. It's scary how something like this can happen to a childhood friend. Bobby had a lot of courage and was very strong willed during such a difficult time in his life. He found the positive in a horrible situation. The message from all of this is to never give up, and always believe in yourself. Family is so important. A lesson also learned from this is, time is so precious, you can't turn back the hands of time so make the best of any situation, and cherish what you have in your life at this time. Bobby's teenage years was taken from him, his freedom and sharing precious times with family when a child is most vulnerable. It's sad something like this had to happen to any person especially one that I knew and only had fond memories of.
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