The Job (2017)

Open | | Crime, Drama, Family | 2017 (USA)
Abe, a 20 year old white kid, married his high school sweetheart Laura, 19, African American, AFTER getting her pregnant and moving in with her against his parent's wishes. After their son ... See full summary »

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Updated: 27 November 2016
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Lance 'The Dance' Foster
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Natalie Foster
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Abe Garffius
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Coffee shop owner
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Styles
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Eye Doctor
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Ring announcer / commentator
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New Guy
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Abe, a 20 year old white kid, married his high school sweetheart Laura, 19, African American, AFTER getting her pregnant and moving in with her against his parent's wishes. After their son was born with cancer of the eyes, Abe lost his job, his insurance, and his faith in God. Wanting to do something to help his family, he decides to break into the home of Lance "The Dance", a former boxing champ, knowing something of value would be there. Lance was flashy, flamboyant, and filthy rich BEFORE killing a man in the ring and spiraling out of control until he lost everything except his wife, but that's about to change. Vowing never to be violent again, Lance gives his life to Christ, but ends up in a position that could, potentially, be the toughest fight of his life...saving Abe's. Written by nobody@gmail.com

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The fight begins with faith and ends in forgiveness.

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Crime | Drama | Family | Sport

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$30,000 (estimated)
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