Miles Rodden is a misguided, homeless young man whose brother's sudden death sends him on an unusual pilgrimage to Colorado. He begins his bad day by getting fired and learns from his ... See full summary »

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Miles
Jeremy N. Fisher ...
TJ
Kathryn Reinhardt ...
Amanda
Joel Hutton ...
Eddie
Michael Neal ...
Virgil
Elizabeth Syleia ...
Crystal
Timothy Ingalls ...
Trevor
Anna Martinez ...
Ms. Watkins
Jim Snyder ...
Shiloh
Jimmy Baker ...
Mechanic
Jacob Fisher ...
Mechanic
James L. Martin ...
Pastor Burman
Shawna Edna Brummett ...
Waitress
Hannah Marie Goeden ...
Jenny
Sherry Early ...
Single Mom
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Miles Rodden is a misguided, homeless young man whose brother's sudden death sends him on an unusual pilgrimage to Colorado. He begins his bad day by getting fired and learns from his former girlfriend Amanda that his brother Aaron died and the funeral is that afternoon. After attending the funeral Miles decides to steal the urn and head out to Colorado. Miles' life is transformed by reading Aaron's spiritual journal. On his journey, Miles meets up with is, the colorful TJ whom he picks up along the way. Their trip turns them into fugitives, thanks to TJ. What transpires through this misadventure is sure to inspire. Written by Eric S. Filson

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Sometimes what you're running from... is what you ought to be running toward.

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Great Christain film
8 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For an artist's first attempt at film making this movie will blow you away. It is hard to believe this is Eric Filson's first film ever. The production values are first rate and it's story keeps you interested throughout. There are a lot of lessons taught in a short period of time from each of the many characters. The characters are well formed for the most part and one gets the feeling they have met someone like them or even currently knows someone just like each of them today. It is easy to see how the main character gets in the position in life he is in and his redemption in the end is also reassuring that in life there are answers to troubles- if you look in the right places for them. I hope I see more efforts from this film maker in the future.


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