An intriguing stranger tries to bring friends and family members who have been torn apart, together again. As he tries to get others to reconcile their differences, his motives still remain a mystery.

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Shawn Justice
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Credited cast:
Erin T. Allen ... Jeff (as Xander Steel)
Michaelle Blanchard ... Sienna (as Michaelle Roberts)
Frank Chiesurin ... Bill
Dan Davis Dan Davis ... Eric
Levi Davis Levi Davis ... JR
Scott Galbraith Scott Galbraith ... Ed
Hailey Hurley Hailey Hurley ... Amanda
Leo Lin ... Chris
Jennifer Loomis Jennifer Loomis ... Woman in Hallway
Lindsay Lucas Lindsay Lucas ... Stacey
Sherry Morris ... Laurie
Roddy Piper ... Russ
Bill Ritchie Bill Ritchie ... Pastor Dan
Robert Shepherd ... Detective Tilton
Sally Skelding Sally Skelding ... Emma Davis
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An intriguing stranger tries to bring friends and family members who have been torn apart, together again. As he tries to get others to reconcile their differences, his motives still remain a mystery.

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Irreconcilable differences, a mysterious captor, an unexpected outcome.

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Thriller

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Not Rated
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Jeremy Steel's reaction to being woken up by the sniffing salts is 100% real. Scott Galbraith thought they were fake because most of his other props were such as the the wallet and the keys. See more »

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Gripping from minute one

I have been a movie buff for many years, I've also been a fan of the faith themed genre. But I have often believed most faith themed filmmakers are behind a time when it comes to what people are watching these days. I have heard mainstream film after mainstream film use the following sentence for their trailers, "Gripping from minute one!" Well Christian films have gotten many right, most of them you need to give them about a half hour before they get good. This film on the other hand and gives you a reason to watch and stay with the movie from the moment it opens. It's not just a message in the story is a tool there is an actual story. Not bad for a director and actor who decided to write together for the first time .


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

February 2015 (USA) See more »

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