Miles from Home (I) (2006)
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Plagued by bad influences, bad choices and bad people, Miles finds himself in a seemingly hopeless set of circumstances. When a beautiful friend with an equally beautiful spirit shows him how to find his faith, Miles learns to trust a force greater than himself to face and overcome impossible odds.
Miles from Home is the story of a conflicted teen, Miles Conway, who is abandoned by his family left to fend for himself on the streets of LA. After losing his father to success, his mother to drug addiction and his brother to hustling, Miles finds himself misplaced and undiscovered. Miles then meets Peaches, Maddie and Frankie, who invites him to a party where he is drawn into an underworld.
'Miles From Home,' is a tale of lost innocence. Miles Conway, 17, is force to fend for himself after his mother walks out on him and his brother, due to her drug addiction. Abandoned also by his brother he is homeless on the streets of Los Angeles. Miles is introduced to a group of teenage prostitutes and is seduced into a world of sex, money, and drugs. They become his family. Once he is confronted by his inner demon, it's too late. Innocence is lost. Miles is torn between his two worlds after he meets Natasha Freeman, 19, a free spirited college student. Without effort, Natasha shows Miles there is still beauty in life. In order to survive, he must learn to overcome his circumstances and recognize a blessing when he sees one. There is a war within him and Miles has to make a decision. Will he choose life or death? Miles quickly learns the greatest fear we will ever have to face is to confront the person inside.
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