A just out of jail father, who dreams of becoming a writer, reconnects with his son but has to live in his car when he refuses his uncle’s demand to help in his drug business.
Southerner Frank, estranged from his father Frank over his homosexuality, returns with his niece & lover for the old man’s funeral.
Interviews with Substance Abuse Counselor/Reentry Specialist Louie Diaz & several former prisoners in MA reveal the difficulties of prisoners reentering society.
The turbulent early life of a “hillbilly” boy whose drug-addicted mother almost caused him to miss his Yale law degree.
The series tells the story of the ups & downs of Denmark’s first female PM & the cost of her power to herself and to each member of her family–husband, teenage daughter, and 8-year-old son.
When they botch a spell to bring back their father for one day, 2 brothers have to set out on a quest to find th means of complting the spell–by sundown.
The following article was published in the June 1988 issue of the Catholic journal Marriage & Family Living. Despite being Presbyterian, I became its first Media Editor after the parent company, Abbey Press, published my first book in 1976, Gadgets, Gimmicks, and Grace. This was one of the articles that was the source for my …
A terrific story. Click the name of the film to read my entire review.
Places in the Heart, set in 1930s Texas, is the story of a black field hand helping a widowed white produce a successful cotton harvest, ending with an unusual Communion service.
An exceptional look at the threat of homelessness—and this movie is free to stream on Amazon Prime. Click the title to read my entire review.