By Cheryl Wicker, Examiner.com
Everything happens for a reason. Or does it? In a world steeped in alarming news and violence, is there assurance that people are inherently good and that all it needs is to tap into that inert goodness? This Christian film will get people to thinking.
Executive producers David Dginguerian and Amy Weber, a husband-and-wife entrepreneurial team who dedicated to producing a film of the Christian genre after being blessed with twins, announced the release of the movie “Crossroad” on DVD. The movie by award-winning director Shervin Youssefian is set to hit online stores and movie shelves nationwide on March 12, 2013.
Youssefian, recipient of the Hollywood Foreign Press award for "Color Blind" in 2002, skilfully weaves a tapestry of seemingly unrelated lives of twelve ordinary people caught in an indignant father’s plan to exact personal revenge on his wife and child’s killer. With lives hanging in the balance, they soon learn the power of God’s mercy in this gripping hostage drama, set mostly in an LA diner.
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