Fathers (2012) DVD / Four Men. Two Families. One Story / Family Christian Movies

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  • Actors: Seth AdairMark ClamClay EvansMatt EvansKatie Glover
  • Directors: Chip rossetti
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Vision Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 1, 2012
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
"Fathers" is the story of two single fathers and their sons. One of the men, Rick Tarinno, loast his wife in a tragic car accident 3 years ago. Ever since the accident, Rick has blamed God for everything, from the deathr of his wife to the living hell that his life has turned into. He turned to a life of abuse and drinking to try to drown his sorrows. 
The other man, Michael Campbell, is approaching the three anniversary of his divorce and subsequent abandonment of his wife. The night she left is the same night as Rick's accident. Mike is a blue collar guy that really had to learn how to be a parent after the divorce. He turned to his church family and friends for support and help and they led him to God, his ultimate helper.
Rick's son, Lucas, and Miachel's son, Raymond have known each other most of their lives. Since the death of Lucas' mom, things haven't really been the same. Lucas has been the victim of his father's abuse and has turned to a new group of friends for attention that he isn't getting at home. Raymond has been trying to maintain their friendship, but can do nothing but watch as his lifelong friend slips lower and lower.
Rick's lack of faith, Michael's commitment to God, and Raymond's longing for his old friend will all be put to the test when Lucas is put in the toughest situation of his young life and Raymond is forced to fight for his. Only then will truth be sought and hopefully found, before it's too late.

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