Find Me

DVD Release: December 20, 2009
Find Me
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Synopsis

On what should be a day of celebration Senator McIntosh’s son is kidnapped in an effort to end his opposition to a bill that would make it illegal to post any religious references in public or private.

Meanwhile, Paul Jump and Jess Reagan stumble into the kidnapper’s deadly game while out geocaching. Now they must find the Senator’s son, while battling the choices of their past or they will become the kidnapper’s next victims.

This is a high-energy thriller will cause you to examine your own choices and challenge you with a message of hope and forgiveness as you …Find Me.

Dove Review

This is a great suspenseful drama that will keep the viewer entertained from beginning to end. Paul is a fantastic gamer when it comes to the game of geocaching. Geocaching is where co-ordinates are used to find hidden clues that take you to a prize at the end of the search. So when Paul is challenged by his friend for a new game, he takes the challenge and Jess, who he wants to date, joins the search. But when the two find a clue that was not put there by Paul’s friend they soon find themselves in the middle of a mystery that is connected to the senator’s missing son.

As the couple try to find Matthew, the senator’s son, they discover the clues are based on the Ten Commandments in the Bible and also discover insight into their own lives as well as others. This movie is filled with many important lessons regarding moral issues, challenges of faith and forgiveness that may have viewers reflecting on their own lives. Also, the value of having God in your life along with the fact that its not what happens in life but what you do with it that matters.

It is amazing to see a suspense movie without offensive bloody and gory scenes. We award the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12 and over due to intense scenes that may frighten younger viewers.

Content Description

Sex: Woman kisses man on cheek.
Language: Reference to God is in reverence.
Violence: Bomb explosion; men with guns; man kidnapped and chained up; man threatening to kill another man; young man beaten up; woman threatens to kill guy's girlfriend; discussion regarding uncle's accident and death; discussion regarding the attack and death of man's wife; man and woman are shot; man dies.
Drugs: Woman discusses needing a drink.
Nudity: None
Other: Blackmailing a senator to change vote; references regarding religion and freedoms; forgiveness; being afraid of death.

Info

Company: Trost Moving Pictures
Director: Tracy J. Trost
Producer: Tracy J. Trost
Genre: Suspense
Runtime: 101 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe