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Any Day (2015)

An ex-fighter finds redemption from his troubled past.

Director:

Rustam Branaman

Writers:

Rustam Branaman (screenplay), Rustam Branaman

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Bean ... Vian
Eva Longoria ... Jolene
Kate Walsh ... Bethley
Tom Arnold ... Roland
Nolan Gross ... Jimmy
Paul Ben-Victor ... William
Aedin Mincks ... Lee
Peter Mackenzie ... Dr. Cole
Leonard Roberts ... Troy
Joe Cortese ... Hipster Jack
Autumn Withers ... Diane
Melissa Bickerton ... Amy
John Macey ... Norman
Sonya Eddy ... Nurse Teesha
Bob Jennings ... Officer Sheehan
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Storyline

Vian McLean is an ex fighter who is filled with resentment. He killed a man with his bare hands and has just spent the last twelve years in prison for the crime. Upon his release from Prison he comes to stay with his Sister Bethley and her son Jimmy who gets to know Vian and looks up to his uncle as the greatest man he has ever known. Vian struggles to find a job and does and then meets a girl Jolene and falls in love and everything seems to be working out, but when a tragic event happens Vian is thrown into a dark place and faces the greatest challenge of his life only to be shown the right path in a sudden experience that will alter his life forever.

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Never give up


Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 October 2015 (Kuwait) See more »

Also Known As:

Resentment See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Production Co:

Jaguar Entertainment See more »
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Soundtracks

Slow Walking In The Sun
End Credits Song
Written by Thomas Hien & Charlie Midnight
Performed by Thomas Hien
Courtesy of Platform Music Group
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Not bad....
24 June 2018 | by yjudithSee all my reviews

I liked this movie. Im new to the faith based movies and just love them. One of the things Ive noticed is that I have to take my critics glasses off, because if I dont there will never be a christian movie I'd like because they're all flawed. I didnt care that the choice of Sean Bean was unrealistic because of the age thing..as someone said not too many people boxing at that age. The child actor...I dont think he was THAT bad. And yes the story seemed thrown together, like they didnt care, but in the end it's all about God. Thats what christian movies come down to. Whether all their lives christians or total newbies, that's what these movies are made for.


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