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Quiet and hard working, Mike is a young man who works and lives in the city. Due to a dark past, he is forbidden by law to be in his home town and have any prior contacts. One phone call four years later will change all of this and Mike will be forced to return to his home. With help from some of Mike's friends and family, he will do what he can to make things right. But can he do it in a place he is forbidden

  • DirectorMatthew McLaughlin
  • Runtime: 1 hr 20 min
  • StudioR Squared Films
  • QualityHD

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