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David A.R. White
When a young woman, Simone Burner (singer/songwriter, Brandy Allison), is accused of murdering the man who assaulted her, she seeks out the help of attorney Jack Evans (Erik Estrada, TV's Chips) to prove her innocence. A ruthless and corrupt prosecutor engages her in a trial that brings the past she's longed to escape to the forefront of her defense. "Virtuous" will inspire and ignite you to live the principles of Proverbs 31 - faith, integrity, wisdom and honor.Written by
JC Films Presents
I loved this movie. Yes, it lacked some sound issues however, great message and good story line. Love Erik Estrada. While tackling the justice system, which most of us have done in our life time, you feel for the underdog. Although the rich attacker's grandfather tries to hide his unruly and terrible behavior of attempting to rape women by paying off the prosecution, in the end the truth comes out and justice is served by the defendant. Rarely does not happen in real life. I enjoyed seeing Erik Estrada on the screen and look forward to more of his work. The military scenes was kind of out of character, hard to understand why it is in the moving but made for good drama in the beginning.
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