An explosive drama set against the world of street racing.

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Ben Destin
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Pete Destin
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Nicky 'D' (as Jacob Head)
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Mrs. Destin (as Francesca Caro)
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Nita Moran
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Young Pete
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The two unbeatable Destin brothers are on a collision course with eternity. However, when older brother Ben chooses the narrow road, he forces his younger brother Pete and all those around him into a head-on encounter with life and death. Written by Anonymous

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3 April 2001 (USA)  »

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Very disappointed, (from a Christian's Perspective)
17 February 2004 | by (Bucks County, PA) – See all my reviews

Just about the worst acting, writing, and overuse of transitions I will ever see. Christiancinema has a lot of explaining to do, as well as some serious work to do, because I would be ashamed to have anyone who isn't a Christian to see this. Iam ashamed to even have my very own Christian friends see it. The story has a good idea to it, but the acting, script, costume design ex. "Money" looks like he jumped out of N sync. Overuse of fading in and out transitions with memory to street racing expereinces, music - similar to watching an old 80's movie about drugs you'd see in Health class. The overall corny shots, the kid with his wingspan pose being held by his brother above the convertible, as an obvious technique taken from "Titanic". Many of my Christian friends would agree, we need more movies like "Contact" and "Signs". Overall, it was a great idea to reach the street racing audience put to terrible waste. While I appreciate the effort, I have a feeling the effect will only depict Christians as cheezy filmmakers with obvious attempts to convert everybody.


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