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An inspired experimental chemist, wakes up in a New Orleans jail, accused of arson that's linked to an illegal drug-manufacturing ring. Suffering from amnesia, he's unexpectedly released on bail, determined to find his missing girlfriend.
During the first snow of the year 3 year-old Nate Denton wanders away from his father's truck and disappears. The fevered search for him ends with the devastating discover of his tiny, frozen body. Nate's death throws the small foothills community of Angel's Crest into disarray. The inhabitants confront what Nate's death means to them and in the face of that struggle they deal with their own concepts of right and wrong. Written by
I am Paul Wayment's sister and this movie doesn't even remotely resemble my brother's life... It was a cowardly attempt to write a story and present it in a way that cheaply takes pieces out of a horrific real life situation and pass it off as cinema.
The story of my brother Paul and his son Gage is heart breaking...and teaches human frailties and timeless lessons. Please don't compare this piece of trash to my brother's tragedy. The Pulitzer Prize written story about Paul Wayment is a more accurate piece than what was loosely written in a book or screenplay. A story as haunting as my brother's needs to be told as a true story. There are countless lessons to be drawn but this movie takes a powerful story and destroys any good that could have come from it. Sorry hated it.
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