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When a young woman, Simone Burner (singer/songwriter, Brandy Allison), is accused of murdering the man who assaulted her, she seeks out the help of attorney Jack Evans (Erik Estrada, TV's Chips) to prove her innocence. A ruthless and corrupt prosecutor engages her in a trial that brings the past she's longed to escape to the forefront of her defense. "Virtuous" will inspire and ignite you to live the principles of Proverbs 31 - faith, integrity, wisdom and honor. Written by
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Virtuous is the story of Brandy Allison a girl who's been around the block a few times, but is the product of recovery at a kind of Christian halfway house. The spoiled grandson of the town's leading citizen attempts to rape her and gets himself shot for his trouble.
Not that she's guilty in any way, but given her background she's real easy to prosecute. She was in fact a hooker during her drugging days. That selfsame leading citizen wants her tried and convicted most speedily and he's got the political and financial clout to see Allison is put away good and proper.
Fortunately Allison has defense attorney Erik Estrada on her side and being this is a Christian film you know that it will come out all right.
The accent here is on the good work of the halfway house and how we should not judge people too readily without knowing all the facts. On its own terms without the religious angle that's a lesson worth teaching. This could have been a good film without the religion thrown in. Still is.
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