After a run-in with the law, an angry maladjusted young man starts calling himself Hate. One night he saves a girl from a lusty assistant district attorney. He falsely accuses them of robbery, so they go on the run and make things worse.
Kevin Michael Richardson
A woman's haunting visions reveal a Catholic priest's sinister plot to silence her mother from speaking the truth about the atrocities that took place at her Native American boarding school... See full summary »
A woman and her delinquent rebellious teen daughter return to their small hometown after the death of the woman's distant father. Old wounds reopen quickly but they soon find a reason to stay. Will they find peace or more scars?
COYOTE SUMMER is a decent "family" film you can sit around and watch, and it's more than just a plain vanilla outing with canyonous country landscapes. While nothing much is totally different, the fine plot and great acting tags your interest. In general, the movie doesn't mean to be cruel-hearted with city girl Callie, but her loving care and lessons with the black stallion are significant. Like other movies in this category, there always has to be some sort of villain hanging around to spoil the naturally kind integrity of it all. This is nearly the full case here, but in the end, reward and redemption prevails. A winning drama that is a pleasure for the young or old, and one of the better "family" movies I've watched.
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