Running Forever

DVD Release: April 14, 2015
Running Forever


A young teenage girl comes to grips with the fact that she has never properly mourned the loss of her mother in the 9/11 attacks. She tries to reestablish a relationship with her father, but the difficulty nearly consumes her. She bonds with a beautiful horse on her father’s ranch that has gone through it’s own tragic loss. Together they repair the pieces of their lives forever.

Dove Review

Tyler is a troubled young teenager who is not yet 18. She has lost a lot in her young life, and thinks everyone needs to make her the center of their worlds. She has been raised by her aunt and uncle, but now, after getting into some trouble and the loss of her uncle, Tyler’s aunt is sending her to her father’s ranch.

This is a story in which all parties must play a role in reconciliation. A teenage girl must come to terms with the loss of her mother and understand what her father has been through. Father and daughter must together face what happened and find forgiveness. This is a story of commitment to healing family relationships with love and understanding.

“Forever Running” is a heartwarming story both entertaining and enjoyable, yet with many good lessons. One lesson is about appreciating the people around us while we have them because when they are gone, we only have memories. The other lesson as about avoiding making the same mistake over and over again. We award this movie the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Young man breaks into a car; young girl arrested; young man lets horse go for revenge.
Sex: Young couple kiss; married couple kiss.
Language: Prayers to God and the Lord.
Violence: Young man breaks into a car; young girl arrested; young man lets horse go for revenge.
Drugs: Man has flask in hand but does not drink from it; man has problem with alcoholism; man takes drink from bottle in a paper bag and later is found passed out.
Nudity: Girl in shorts.
Other: Discussion regarding woman losing her husband and losing her house; loss of mother on 9/11; pictures on phone of 9/11; rudeness towards others.


Company: Ground Zero
Writer: Dan Garia
Producer: Maddy Garia; Dan Garia
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 73 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe