As Far As The Eye Can See is an excellent drama that embodies the idea behind a supportive community within a small-town setting. Jack (Jason London), a has-been piano prodigy now teaching lessons in his hometown, must play a special recital for his town by the end of the week, but his damaged hand worries the people around him. Jack, however, is not bothered or hindered. He shows us how we have special gifts and talents that can sometimes be broken or deterred, yet the help and grace of others can carry us along.Jack finds support in one of his students, Philip (Danny Mora), the owner of a Mexican restaurant, and Alyssa (Jasmine Skloss-Harrison), young and equally stubborn. It is these characters who bring Jack from the demons of his past and allow him to fulfill his future. As Far As The Eye Can See has a strong, encouraging message we can all learn from. Due to the level of onscreen drinking and smoking by a youth, Dove unfortunately cannot give approval of the film.