Brendan King (Crawford Wilson) was involved in drugs and with a gang. But his life changes after a close friend dies and a police raid. Now, he is placed in his eighteenth foster care home after eleven misdemeanors and nine felonies, four convictions and, as he says, “one hair-cut at the insistence of my caseworker.”
Brendan winds up in the home of Mike and Vanessa Stubbs and Mike takes a personal interest in Brendan. Brendan doesn’t think he’ll fit in at school but soon he becomes part of the “Seekers” club, a club that lives for the Lord and seeks God. His life begins to dramatically change and he helps save a girl’s life when she wrecks her car. The girl, Natalie Jenkins (Kayla Compton), had been texting and has to do community service. She and Brendan connect and soon she is attending the Seekers club, despite her ex-boyfriend not being pleased. Eventually Brendan finds a dream, to buy an old house by raising the property tax payment that is owed on it in order to build the “Castle”, a place for young adults to find a second chance. However, his old gang members including the leader Eli do not give up easily.
This is a compelling story which features solid acting and a good storyline. We are pleased to award this excellent film our Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12 and over.