Recommended for ages 12 and over
Video Release: 4/2/2013
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
Writer: James F. Collier
Producer: World Wide Pictures
Director: James F. Collier
Runtime: 114 min.
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Starring: John Shepherd, Jill Ireland, Amerjit Deu
A young man searching for the father he never knew gets caught up in the raw underbelly of Amsterdam. An unwanted friend becomes his only hope for survival.
This DVD shows that lives can be changed by the power of Christ. Tim is a man who takes drugs and sells drugs and is searching for a deeper meaning to life. He is also searching for his father whom he has never met. He meets a young man named Rajam who is a former Hindu and now a Christian. God lays Tim on Rajam's heart and he constantly helps Tim out of jams including giving him a place to stay and feeding him.
Tim struggles with the concept of God but Rajam's loving kindnesses wear him down. This inspiring movie is recommended for ages twelve plus and we are pleased to award it our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal. Although there is some drug use in it, such as the snorting of cocaine, there is a strong redemptive theme and a drug user becomes a Christian by film's end.
Sex: It's stated a couple lived together for a time and "it was the sixties" and a son was born as a result.
Language: "Shove it man"-1; Bull-1; Bas*ard-1; crap-1; H (as a place)-1
Violence: A woman on drugs is told she can fly and she walks off a building; woman's body seen on ground; a few fights which feature kicking and punching; man with a knife.
Drugs: Man hides drugs in trash can; drug deal made on street; man snorts cocaine; man smokes a bong; drugs are given to man but he dramatically changes later on; talk of getting beer; cigar smoking and cigarette smoking in a few scenes.
Nudity: Shirtless men; kids in swim wear; man seen in boxers; woman in shorts.
Other: A couple argues in a restaurant; a man tries to steal man's guitar; man steals bread; a son asks his mother why she didn't abort him and she replies, "I wanted you"; boots are stolen; woman's purse is stolen.