Friday, January 29, 2010

Linky Love: The River Within


"What am I doing here?" 

It is a question that has haunted Jason ever since he heard his dad utter it prior to his death several years ago. Now, fresh out of law school, and with an upcoming bar exam to prepare for, the highly motivated and strictly disciplined Jason returns to the small Southern town he grew up in to spend the summer studying. He reconnects with Paul - a "shoulda been" actor who has just returned from Los Angeles, and Layla (Jaclyn Friedlander) - an old friend whose childhood crush on Jason returns with his sudden reemergence, sending her engagement into a tailspin.

But it is a chance-encounter with David (Craig Morris) - a pastor at a local church - that changes his life forever. David offers Jason a part time summer job as a youth director, and he reluctantly accepts it, caving into the pressure from Layla and the need for some extra summer cash.

But as he gets to know the kids and their individual struggles, he gradually discovers a passion that he didn't know existed within him; and he soon realizes that his dad's life-long question has now become his own.


The River Within is the feature film debut of writer/director Zac Heath. Shot on location along the Spring River in beautiful Northeast Arkansas, it explores the idea that each of our lives has a purpose; whether we know it or not.

Rebecca Grace, AFA Journal, calls The River Within, "a beautiful film about passion, plans and purpose. It's a reminder of how God has made you who you are for a reason, and, as a result you should surrender your talents and dreams for His glory."

The Dove Foundations awards The River Within 5 out of 5 Doves and recommends it for ages 12 and above.


You can order this video and get free shipping here. 

5 comments:

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Awesome! It sounds good and I had not heard of this one before. We love to find good faith-based movies, so I'm really glad you posted this Deanna :) In fact, I just looked and it's available at Netflix. Not only available, but available for instant viewing, which means we can get it thru our blu-ray player anytime.

Thank you!

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Patti Lacy said...

Have not heard of this, either, and LOVE film. Probably a far cry from Precious...

Patti

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