Wayne E. Brown
Twenty-seven-year-old Deandrea Smith, wife of prominent business owner Walter Smith, deals with his treacherous actions causing her to become destitute and enraged with revenge. Deandrea confides in her best friend, Nola, an exotic dancer, and they recruit two more women, Crystal, a religious single mother, and Daisy, a street thug, to help them execute a plan to steal $50,000 from Walter. After the successful theft from Walter, the group decides to try their fortune at bigger spoils and come up with a plan to rob Nola’s place of employment, the strip club, dubbing themselves, The Bag Girls. Gaining notoriety, The Bag Girls are hired to do a job that’s way over their head when they’re put up against the Cuban mafia.
Raised in a broken home, Cody (Tim Torok) is a troubled man with a history of addictions and crime. While Cody serves time in the county jail, his mother, Pam (Penny Carlisi), begins to question her faith as she suffers constant grief from watching Cody’s poor choices. Then, with the support of her prayer group, she realizes that only God can heal her pain, restore her faith, and save her son.
After his mother unexpectedly dies, 17-year-old Ethan discovers he is the owner of his mother’s horse – a horse he never even knew existed. He travels cross country to live with his grandparents and investigate the mystery. His grandmother is supportive but his angry grandfather Otto doesn’t seem to want him around. Next door live three children who are taking riding lessons at the same farm where his mother’s horse is boarded. Their lives intersect as Ethan deals with his grief over his mother’s death and the children deal with a neighborhood bully whose father works at the horse farm. The journey for Ethan, Otto, the three children, the bully and her father all revolve around a gentle and faithful horse called Bear who deeply touches all their lives. This is a delightful redemption-themed family movie that will appeal to children, teens, horse-lovers and people of all ages.