A child witnesses drug dealers murder his parents. He escapes and grows up wild in the city's slums. Years later he emerges to help the residents of the area who are being terrorized by street gangs and drug dealers.
This film opens up with a sports car going at high speeds through narrow roads and almost running into cars and then this car turns off on a lonely road in Arkansas. The car then proceeds to run through streams in the woods and making its on path through woods and bushes and then the driver leaves the car and you see this same car sitting in the same position through all seasons of Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. The driver of the car is Robert Logan, (Recluse Lawyer) who lives like a hermit in the woods with only the bare essentials of living alone with his dog. Kathleen Quinlan, (Grace Freemont) is a teacher and one of her students shows her pictures of this hermit and she becomes very interested in him and decides to visit him in the woods. This story has a great deal more to tell and full of suspense and horror. Kathleen Quinlan gave an outstanding performance as well as Robert Logan. Enjoy.
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