This is a compelling drama. Bruce Murakami (Dean Cain) deals with the sudden death of his wife and daughter in an automobile accident. The event has a ripple effect as it affects not only Murakami’s two sons, but the boy who is discovered to have been involved. Young Justin Gutierrez (Shiloh Fernandez) does a good job portraying the grief and guilt-ridden young man, whose mistake in racing was the stimulus which caused the accident.
This movie deals effectively with the issue of death and the determination of Bruce Murakami to forgive the young man who was responsible for his wife and daughter’s death. The film is pretty clean, with no language in it, and we recommend it for ages twelve and above, due to the mature subject matter. It is a good story and therefore we award five doves to the film.