Two young men journey across the USA to honor one's mother by spreading her ashes at the monuments she always dreamed of visiting.

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Scott B. Hansen
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Credited cast:
Gary Cairns ... Steve Sullivan
Luke Albright ... Clayne Foster
AnnaMaria Demara ... Amy Sullivan
Agnes Albright ... Lisa (as Agnes Olech)
Maggie Paul Maggie Paul ... Dorothy Sullivan
Kurt Dean Cairns Kurt Dean Cairns ... Kurt Sullivan
Bill Oberst Jr. ... Earl
Marshal Hilton ... Bishop
Darren Dupree Washington ... Greg
Geo Santini ... Carlisle
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
T.J. Alvarado ... Jack Redfoot
Sean Michael Beyer ... Teddy
Baron Bodnar Baron Bodnar ... Pete
Eva Ceja ... Elizabeth
Jack Colorado Jack Colorado ... Bill Crow (as Gustavo Solis)
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Two young men journey across the U.S.A to honor one's mother by spreading her ashes at monuments she always dreamed of visiting. Along the way they encounter interesting characters and dangerous situations that force them to question their own character and their life-long friendship. Marital strife, jail time, car chases, old secrets and a demolition derby all threaten to derail their trip and their lives. Written by Amonymous

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Inside each of us is the possibility for greatness.

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Action | Drama

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A Monumental performance from all involved.
4 November 2016 | by michelle-r-lindsaySee all my reviews

I really enjoyed this sensitive journey of two men trying to live life in the consciousness of others.

Cairns gave a stirring performance as a father/son who goes over and beyond for the family. Over anxious, over wrought by the day to day living. He finds release on the road trip. Eventually to come home to himself. His heart.

Albright's performance as one who is figuring it all out. Out of all the confusion. He brings things into focus and on the right path. At journey's end he finds himself reconciled with his hear.

The cast is genuine and the plot is realistic of times we live in today. Nice work everyone. I find it entertaining. Yet, touching in teaching us life's main cord. Love. Yes, love knows no bounds in this movie.


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14 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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