When middle-aged Bobby Jackson returns home to Lake City, Alabama he wonders about the lives of 'the Bama Rascals,' a band of misfits he led in the seventies. Have the last 20 years been ...
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When middle-aged Bobby Jackson returns home to Lake City, Alabama he wonders about the lives of 'the Bama Rascals,' a band of misfits he led in the seventies. Have the last 20 years been difficult for them as well? Thankfully, when they were growing up as the most diverse bunch in a military, mostly white town, Coach Billy Adams and his wife Betty rescued them with the all-American pastime of baseball. But its been years since they've been together and now that Coach Billy has died from a massive heart attack, the Rascals must face their past serving as pallbearers for his funeral. Tormented by their current life situations and haunted by troubled pasts, will their homecoming be more bitter than sweet? Written by
This is a great racially diverse feel good movie for all ages. It triggers every character and viewer to look within themselves to conquer the challenges that each face in their daily lives! The writing on this film is Excellent! The twists and turns in the writing keep the viewers surprised and thirsty for more! This movie was very inspiring and heart warming. There is truly not another film playing in theatres now that covers the life challenges like this movie does! I would highly recommend this film to anyone! I truly enjoyed this film! Thanks for sharing it with us.
Steven Kennebrew-Turner Writer/Poet
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