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Brothers Flash and Ray Jericho had a tough upbringing, Flash having lived in a foster home since age fifteen when their mother, their sole remaining parent, died. Then eighteen year old Ray decided to live on his own, earning a living selling drugs. But Flash was an aspiring baseball pitcher, had loving foster parents and a devoted girlfriend named Katie (his foster sister), and as such a promising life. Flash's life changed when he was pressured by Ray two years later into helping him hold up a convenience store. In the robbery, Ray killed a man which, with Flash's testimony, sent him to prison for life. From that moment on, Flash, feeling guilty about betraying his brother, fell out of society and into the adult world as an alcoholic, just barely eking out a living. Katie loved Flash for his entire adult life, but he shut her out. Judge Deborah sends Flash back to two days before the robbery in 1973 as David Lazarus, Flash's substitute baseball coach. As David, Ray has to convince his younger self not to go through with the robbery, but also to figure out a way to help his troubled older brother meaningfully, Ray his one and only remaining blood family member.
A man goes back to take the blame for a crime his brother started.
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