Hated and betrayed by his brothers, Brady Gray is forced off the family ranch and must start a new life in Dallas. With a good job and a promising romance, better days seem to lay ahead until Brady is framed for a crime he doesn't commit.
Paul Stehlik Jr.'s religious-themed drama Seasons of Gray tells the tale of a man who has suffered a great many injustices, including being sent to prison after being falsely accused of attacking his boss' wife. After the convict finds himself with the ability to turn the tables on his tormentors, he is uncertain what to do with this power..
The truck Brady was given was bright red, and later this truck was shown crashed in the river and was maroon. See more »
Truly not very good!
So it starts off OK but then in the space of about 10 minutes 20 minutes in it peters out into very bad. I switched it off at the point his bosses wife who lets be fair is a bit of a monger, steps into the lift with the clairvoyant chap and starts flirting with him and u realize that those pretty bad bits you'd glossed over in the first 20 wouldn't come into fruition.
Unfortunately they do. I then realized it was like watching a mediocre 1980's American soap.
So the people who gave it this peoples award are probably not the people you'd take much substance from in normal life.
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