Kalib is ready for one of the fights of his life, he's going up for boxings Lightweight Championship Title of the world, but when trouble erupts-his life takes an awkward turn. Kalib who ... See full summary »

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Brent Smith ...
Caleb Johnson
Lynn Evans ...
Pam Johnson
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Jason Walton
Bob White ...
Merrick
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Diego
Andy Daley ...
Detective Humphries
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Ron
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Aaron Glickman ...
Kevin Parker
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Walter Geddes
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Kalib is ready for one of the fights of his life, he's going up for boxings Lightweight Championship Title of the world, but when trouble erupts-his life takes an awkward turn. Kalib who was a child from an abusive home, decides to dedicate his life to saving abused children. This decision changes his life, his wife's life, and the people around him. Written by Omar Mouallem <poppasmurf@buffbody.com>

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Caleb burns a picture of him and his father. The camera angle changes a number of times. From the front of the photograph we see that Caleb is holding the photo so that the right side burns up. When seen from the back, Caleb is holding the photo on an angle and the burning is diagonal. See more »

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This was on the Sundance Channel?
20 March 2001 | by (LA, CA) – See all my reviews

I have to agree with the other post. This is a truly awful movie. Where did they get that girlfriend? The guy who played the lead is a nice looking man who spars in a realistic way, but he couldn't act his way out of a paper bag if you gave him a torch. Sundance actually had the man who wrote this in an interview discussing his "craft." Don't get me wrong. Anyone who can scrape the money together and get a film made deserves some credit for determination, but this poorly written-terribly acted mess should not be put in a place where anyone might possibly mistake it for independent film making.


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