In present day Detroit, where the influence of organized crime has diminished; one of the lasting crime syndicates begins to unravel when lies, mystery and betrayal devour the trust, which holds them together.
Andy Martinez Jr.
Jane, along with her best friend Lily, hatch a plan to feign homelessness and find different, creative ways to get money from strangers. What is a girl to do when lying is your job and you start to bring work home with you?
A young, quirky man falls for a young divorced woman. After showering her with affection and the promise of being a loving guardian for her son, she must now choose between two very different men in her life.
Always one step ahead of the Feds, Paul Boxer is the most inventive and principled smuggler in the trade, never needed to carry guns. But someone is killing off his co-workers, Paul is forced setting his principles to a test.
John T. Woods,
A teens life is shattered by a tragic car accident. Leaving his mother dead and him lost from the world. He's forced to move to a small town to live with his grandmother, whom he's never met. After living together they discover that they're unable to find peace with their own demons until they've found peace with each other. Broken Roads is a contrasted portrait of life; dealing with loss. A character driven journey of rediscovery and the hills climbed which forever change us. Written by
Crevice Entertainment Company LLC [us]
Okay so I was on here and heard of this film, read the reviews here on IMDb, which I understand are from most people who are in the business and it seemed like everyone either loved it or hated it. Personally I am always curious to see if it really is as bad as some people try and make the film to be, you sometimes have to thing, did these guys have a personal vendetta against the film, cause who has time to write such a long hateful review. But never the less I proceeded with caution. I am glad I still watched it because I feel like I struck gold.
I also realized that those who gave it a negative review didn't see the masterful craftiness that Chambers' put into it, from music, to shots, to the writing. Everything was so seamless it felt so simple it almost was masterful. This isn't your get it quick film. It is carefully structured and well written to. It's life as we know. I feel like maybe these guys below were looking for your polished Nicholas Sparks film or Lifetime movie and they were miss guarded. Because this film has some powerful lessons to teach us all if you stop and take the time to understand what the story is saying and telling you. Also I looked Chambers' up and he practically did everything on this film and that is astonishing for how young he is. I see great things for him in the future, he has a new fan!
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