Recommended Age: 15+
Christian worldview (including evangelistic discussion), but with extremely brutal gang members committing heinous violent acts and communicating mixed messages throughout, along with a humanistic view for majority of characters; several shootings (including sweeping with automatic weapons, and shooting up a small business and a private residence with a minor involved), holding a minor at gunpoint, pointing a gun in person’s face, close-range killing, an unusual and heavy instrument strongly implied to be a murder weapon and wielded threateningly, shooter praised for attempting to kill innocent victims, deranged man laughs while shooting toward people, man realistically suffocated in front of a group, knives used in fights, blood comes from mouth of dying gunshot victim, violent martial arts/tactical defense used in fight scenes, audio of a woman being beaten, man knocks woman down and is verbally/emotionally controlling; man implicates another of fornication (but he was innocent); a few women briefly seen in tight clothing; liquor store sign visible; cigarette packages briefly visible while their availability is implied via the Christian hero character; dysfunction and mysterious relationships between gang members and women (including telling a daughter that she was "a mistake"), brutal man barks orders to burn their friend’s dead body, an enemy states that he will "go after" an innocent man’s wife and daughter, someone leads others to take "blood for blood," in revenge, man says he has no regrets for killing others (but he is trying to understand why).
CastDavid A.R. White, Brian Bosworth, Eric Roberts, Andrea Logan White, Noell Coett, Bruce Marchiano, Ray Wise, Steve "Sting" Borden
WritingSean Paul Murphy, Gabriel Sabloff
Directed byGabriel Sabloff
ProductionBradley Dorsey, Michael Scott, Jeffrey Peterson, David A.R. White, Russell Wolfe, Elizabeth Travis, Tom Saab, Leonard J. Samia