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New Life (2016)

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Ben met Ava at age seven standing in his driveway. As the two journey together through the seasons of life, a tragedy occurs that leaves their entire future in jeopardy.


Drew Waters





Credited cast:
Barry Corbin ... Oscar
Terry O'Quinn ... Dr. Sumrall
James Marsters ... William Morton
Bill Cobbs ... Mr. Charles
Jonathan Patrick Moore ... Ben Morton
Kris Lemche ... Michael
Erin Bethea ... Ava Kennedy
Irma P. Hall ... Margaret
Drew Waters ... New York Client
Bubba Weiler ... Teen Michael
Aria Lyric Leabu ... Noey
Brenda Jo Reutebuch ... Nurse
Kelsey Formost ... Monique Marceau
Steve Hollar Steve Hollar ... Mr. Adams
Sophia Ntovas ... Teen Ava


Ben met Ava at age seven standing in his driveway. As the two journey together through the seasons of life, a tragedy occurs that leaves their entire future in jeopardy.

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Drama | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for thematic content | See all certifications »


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Release Date:

19 October 2017 (Brazil) See more »

Also Known As:

Dem Glück so nah See more »

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Erin Bethea was co-host of On Mission Xtra (2009) on Family Network working with Producer Amy Kossover See more »


[Last lines]
Ben Morton: [narrating] There are mountain top experiences in our journey through this world. Those *rare* and lucid moments when *everything* seems right and *anything* is possible. There are those ordinary days when we may not be thrillingly aware of what lies in the future, but we know it's still out there. There are also those strange times when things do not add up or make sense, when we seem to be forgotten, when heavens are brass, but it's *all* the moments, good and bad that make up life...
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I'm stunned this movie isn't rated higher!!
21 October 2018 | by huggibearSee all my reviews

I gave this movie a solid 8 because: 1. The main actress (Erin Bethea from another excellent movie called Fireproof) and the director (Drew Waters) came to our little town in Vermont and promoted it. I watched it right along with so many others and they all thought it was a phenomenal movie. What are people thinking? So what? It's an Indie movie! It's not ever going to be a 'I Can Only Imagine' kind of movie on such a smaller scale. However, I thought it was well done and it's hardly receiving the credit it rightfully deserves. 2. It really was well put together and it has a great message for anyone going through any sort of heartbreak/grieving process. I bought the DVD and think it should be gifted to anyone of my family member's because there has been a double loss here less than one month ago. I think it would benefit them to have this kind of message. So maybe it doesn't deserve a solid 8, but it sure doesn't deserve to be a 5.6 Star film because that's a lame rating for a movie done well with great acting, great scenes, good messages and a nice PG rating as a family-friendly addition. Everyone should see it at least once. It's worth that much!

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