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The storyline is simple: Samantha Holt (Rachel Boston), had the perfect
life with a handsome fiancée and a bright future. But an unexpected
turn on a dark road, lonely road puts her on a collision course with
Bruce Miller(Jay Dee Walters), a devoted family man, who descends into
madness when he loses everything he ever cared about.
One year later, Bruce decides to give Samantha the punishment he believes she escaped. The rest is what this film is all about. Kids over ten can watch this. There's no gratuitous sex, nudity, or profanity. It does have some very important life lessons.
The casting was outstanding. Rachel Boston and Jay Dee Walters both turn in stellar performances as protagonist and antagonist. The story was well scripted and well produced and directed. Production values were excellent (I only detected a couple of continuity errors, not noticeable by most). The ending is not telescoped, so one will not expect it. An excellent example of how a low budget film CAN tell a story and do it well. Thank God it wasn't a Hollywood production. It wouldn't have been near as good. No $100M special effects; just good drama. Bravo!!!