This powerful drama centers around a typical, middle-class family, separated by their mistakes and confronting compelling real-world issues. The twists in this captivating film emerge as five members of the Miller family reach a crossroad in their own individual lives.
Will these struggles destroy them, or will they become enlightened by a passionate truth available to all those who seek and listen? Will each one realize that life without God leads down a road of darkness? Which family members are willing to pay attention and claim restoration? Will some ultimately deny the truth? These are the choices that will change their lives forever.
“365 Decision Time” is an uplifting movie that showcases the difference that time — and God — can make in a person’s life when his or her life is yielded to Him. The movie takes place over a period of a year — hence the title — and it reflects the immense changes that several characters undertake, including Angelica Thomas (Suzanne Sacks), a wife and mother whose husband of many years left her to have an affair. Angelica is bitter, unforgiving and, as her good Christian friend points out, still in love with her husband. Her son, Kevin, gets in trouble with the law and winds up in prison for a murder he did not commit, but apparently providence has placed him there for his own protection. J. Benedict Larmore gives a strong performance as the prodigal son, who finds God while in jail and undergoes a tremendous change.
Angelica’s daughter, Kathy (Natalie Stavola), misunderstands her husband and thinks he is having an affair, but he is actually resisting one. Despite the problems the family faces and due to the faith of those who look to God, a happy ending seems possible. Will Dad come back to Mom for the holidays?
We are enthusiastically endorsing this film and presenting it our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12-plus. It demonstrates that no one is beyond saving when God, and a little faith, are involved.