Drama


Friends for Life


MPAA Rating:
Not Rated
Genre:
Drama
Runtime:
90 mins
Stars:
Michael Flynn, Jimmy Chunga, Tayva Patch, David Nibley, Tim Shoemaker, Emily Moffat
Director:
Michael Spence
Producer:
Charles E. Sellier Jr.

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Synopsis

It is a story that will touch your heart. Big city attorney Jim Crawford had won most of the battles in his life, but he couldn’t win the battle against his wife’s illness. Devastated and alone, he is left to face a lonely future. But suddenly, an unexpected twist of fate (or perhaps even an angel) leads Jim to discover four orphaned wolf pups who face certain death unless he takes them in. Unprepared for the task, but unwilling to see them suffer, he takes them into his care and keeping. It is a daunting task with unintended…sometimes hilarious consequences.

As the wolf pups grow, so does Jim’s love for them. But wolves are creatures of the wild, and Jim is faced with the excruciating decision to return his companions from whence they came. He does so, hoping they’ll remember him…fearing they won’t. Reluctantly, he must say goodbye…once again. What Jim doesn’t anticipate is the way in which his four beloved friends repay his love…in a surprising and courageous way.


Movie Message

This is an awesome movie about how four orphaned wolf cubs bring a family back together. It shows that when you lose someone important in your life you can still find a reason to go on. The film also has lessons such as no matter how hard life gets there are things that are worth doing. In addition, it shows that God watches over all of us, even if we are not aware of it. We happily awarded “Friends for Life” our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal. “Friends for Life” is a wonderful movie you and your family will enjoy for life!

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