Years ago Stanley DeBrock, a mentally challenged man, was implicated in the disappearance of Naomi Bridges. Now his twin brother Stone must restore honor to the DeBrock name. Returning home to the small East Texas town of Atwood, Stone is immediately thrown into the mix of a tragic past and an uncertain future. With hopes of rekindling a relationship with his life-long love Diane, Stone encounters his biggest challenge...finding the strength to forgive Stanley. Meanwhile, Stone's uncle Earl Wayne is in debt with two local drug lords...a debt which he cannot pay. Desperate, Earl Wayne and his brother Peebo force Stone into a scheme against Stone's father in order to save themselves. With drama, suspense, and a shocking conclusion, the darkest secrets of the DeBrock family are revealed. Written by
Family. Loyalty. Truth.
Did You Know?
For Stanley's only scene of dialog, Derek Wayne Johnson
chose not to prepare the character's speech pattern and did not rehearse, feeling any sort of preparation for the mentally challenged character would feel forced. Instead, Johnson thought to himself what Boo Radley from To Kill a Mockingbird
(1962) might have sounded like had he spoken in that film. The end result is Johnson's improvised interpretation. See more
All my life I've been taught that there are three things a man should live by; family, loyalty, and truth. So I've always wondered why my twin brother Stanley is the way he is and... why I'm normal. Why I turned out to be okay and... Stanley turned out to be a killer.
The end credits originally ended with a dedication to Derek Wayne Johnson
's late grandparents, uncle, and brother. Days after the film's premiere, another uncle of Johnson's passed away and his name was added to the dedication. See more
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Written and Performed by Keith Whitton
Courtesy and Permission by ASCAP Keith Whitton © 2009 See more