A widower who loses custody of his daughter finds himself unable to hold down a job. He agrees to drive a truck across the country, no questions asked. But when he discovers what he is delivering, he is faced with a life-changing choice.
PRICELESS is a powerful story of James Stevens who was, at one time, a good man with a great life, but that was then and this is now. After the tragic death of his wife and losing custody of his little girl, James is at the darkest crossroad of his life. Angry, desperate, and unable to hold down a steady job, he agrees to drive a box truck on a shady, one-time trip cross country for cash -- no questions asked. But when he discovers what he is delivering is actually who, he is compelled to save two beautiful and frightened sisters who are unaware of the danger that awaits them. Can love, strength, and faith redefine his past and change the course of his future? This unlikely hero risks it all to save these women, confront the forces that oppose him and ultimately discover the life he was meant to live.Written by
It's seems wrong to call a movie that deals about human trafficking awesome but it was. The story was good (I like how it shows that human trafficking is happening not just in other countries and not just to Mexicans but to Americans as well) and it had some humor in it too (you have to have some otherwise your body wouldn't be able to handle the suspense). Joel Smallbone was excellent and I didn't hear any breaks (where the person's accent breaks through the accent they're doing) in his American accent, Bianca A. Santos was excellent as Antonia, Amber Midthunder was so cute as Maria and Sierra Rose Smith was adorable as Emmy Stevens. I can't of any time in the movie where there was bad acting.
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