A deserted mansion. A hidden journal. A lost wagon train. An obesessed sea captain. A missing treasure. Brothers Jason and Nate Simms may be in over their heads! After a disastrous camping ...
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A deserted mansion. A hidden journal. A lost wagon train. An obesessed sea captain. A missing treasure. Brothers Jason and Nate Simms may be in over their heads! After a disastrous camping trip, the boys find themselves stranded in a small town with a mysterious past. With the help from the local Mormon bishop and his daughter, Susan, the boys begin unraveling clues that lead them to the pages of the Book of Mormon and a treasure worth more than all the riches on earth. Written by
Rob Sibley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Shadow of Light. A triumph! Here is a movie that was conceived and brought to life by a master director. Despite the difficulty with his budget, talent acting abilities, and special effects, he still seems to pull off an enjoyable film for all aged viewers alike. In every sense of the word this movie was well put together from start to finish. I felt as though I was in a Hardy Boy adventure book. Two thumbs up for what was done with this movie regardless of the financial setbacks. The story plays it's cards well with an interesting mystery that lies deep in history's path. And two brothers, at first at odds with one another, discover that working together brings riches untold. See how adventure, buried treasure, love, and a little luck, makes for this great feature film.
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