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The Choice

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:February 5, 2007
Running time:75 minutes
Cast:Glen B. Delander, Max Allen, Ryan Steele, Kris James, Tom Pamtera
Director:Glenn Bertelsen
Distributor:Five Talent Films

Description: This is the story of one man's struggle between darkness and light. Patrick and Michael, two brothers orphaned by a car accident, befriend Tony, a fellow orphan at their orphanage. Together, the boys explore their spirituality and ultimately decide that God is instructing them to build an orphanage of their own. When Tony's grandfather passes away, leaving him a parcel of land, the boys take this as a sign and begin making plans to fulfill their dream. On a midnight visit to the property, a tragedy strikes that will ultimately challenge Patrick's faith. When Patrick's past and present collide as an adult, will his heart once again be softened by God's gentle call?

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