Rip LeBeau lives hard. The rhythm of an open road and the roar of a Harley Davidson are the heartbeat of his life. Freedom is always to be found somewhere else, and the siren call of the open highway eases his restlessness. Storming through Arizona's majestic desert landscape in route to California, Rip and his pack of fellow road warriors find themselves stranded when a clutch breaks down. The guarded hospitality of a rancher's wife and her nine-year-old daughter Becky are about to alter LeBeau's odyssey. Filled with a colorful cast of characters, Angel in Chains is an entertaining ride that shows the heart of a seasoned biker is no match for the wisdom of a little girl. Written by
Southern Adventist University Film Dept
This movie definitely inspired me. I found out that acting is what i really want to do! And Lynn Taylor's comment really inspired me also. I thought i did not so well in this movie. But i guess everybody thought i was cute and adorable. Haha. Now I'm a teen ager and my acting career is slow right now. But hopefully it'll pick up the pace in my teen years.
I gave this movie an eight because i thought that i could have done a lot better! I was only 9. But still. It was so much fun. The energy that was going on was just happy all the time. But serious too. I loved working with the crew and everybody looking after me and everything. Especially Daniel. "The Wardrobe Guy". He was awesome! And funny. This was an experience I'll never forget and that I want to live with. Acting is my life.
If you guys haven't seen this movie yet. You might like it. But if you don't just remember it's not all that easy.
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