“Everyone has a number. Mine is eighteen.” The words that begin this film about foster care caught my interest and my heart. Brendan King had been in 18 foster homes. As the time for him to age out of the system approaches, he finds faith while serving time in the juvenile penitentiary.
When he is released, he finds himself in the eighteenth home, a kind gentleman and his wife who had lost their own son in an accident not long before. This emotional story tells of the struggles that Brendan has as he tries to conform his life to Christ and to leave the pressure of previous relationships.
You may view the trailer to this movie at www.kingsfaith.com
This movie was great, and showed a very realistic picture of the life of many foster children. The acting was good, and although the story was a slight bit predictable, it was interesting and engaging. I sat down and watched it with my husband who said that he would actually purchase this movie. If you know my husband, you know that a movie has to be very good and wholesome in order for him to buy it.
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