College student Jem Ward has left his old life behind him. Determined to make a change, Jem left the world of drugs and gang violence, and buried his guilt deep inside of himself. After the most unspeakable of things happens, Jem is forced to return to his home town and now confront the things he chose to once forget. In doing so, he wraps himself up in an investigation which begins as one to find someone else, but turns into one in which he must find himself.
This is Garrett Adam's first feature-length film. It came to me as no surprise that it was fantastic, considering the budget and local crew. Every actor in the movie was directly known by Garrett, making cooperation and fluidity with cast and crew much simpler. Every scene has a meaning, and if you don't watch closely, you can miss the entire plot. Adam's film career started with a short film titled, "New Message," that had everyone on the edge of their seats and ended in a most fabulous way. Garrett has come so extremely far in his film making and if this movie could be watched by the general public, it would most definitely make the top 100 independent films. So, to conclude, this excellent movie left me in shock, and to this day, I don't quite know how it ended.
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