Drama


The Author, The Star & The Keeper


MPAA Rating:
Not Rated
Genre:
Drama
Runtime:
104 mins
Stars:
Bruce Marchiano, Simon Provan, David Ruprecht, Dale Waddington, Heather Ricks, Ken T. Williams and Christian Gill
Director:
Steven F. Zambo
Producer:
Mark Erdmann, Steven F. Zambo, Elizabeth M. Zambo, Jessica M. Zambo

Content at a Glance

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Sex


two exchanges end with a casual hug; one includes a peck on the cheek.

Language


No Information

Violence


augie is hit on the head with a weapon, knocking him out. keeper and augie are bound by rope. augie and another man are handcuffed. keeper and young augie fence with each other.

Drugs


No Information

Nudity


No Information

Other


augie unknowingly transports stolen diamonds in the car he’s driving to vegas.



Synopsis

An estranged son returns to his childhood town to rekindle his relationship with his ailing father. Along the way he discovers a family secret that changes his perspective of his father and sparks a positive change in his life.


Movie Message

August Star “Augie” (Simon Jon Provan) fittingly is living out his dream as a theatrical “star,” playing the lead role in a stage production. When his manager, Rhonda (Dale Waddington), pressures him to leave the show to pursue screen acting, Augie realizes he needs to take a break.

After learning about an opportunity to deliver a specialty car to Las Vegas, Augie jumps at the chance to take a road trip. On his way to Vegas he decides to take a detour to visit his childhood town. During his hometown visit, Augie tries to reconnect with his dad, nicknamed Keeper (David Rupprecht). He used to be the lighthouse keeper but suffers from memory loss and now lives at the local assisted living center.

The crux of this film is Augie’s and Keeper’s strained relationship due to Augie’s absence and Keeper’s lapse of memory. As Augie fights to make up for lost time with his dad, he discovers a family secret that changes his outlook. The Author, The Star & The Keeper chronicles Augie’s experience of renewing his relationship with both his father and the Heavenly Father. Various characters are interwoven throughout this movie that both help and hinder Augie’s journey along the way. The film’s underlining theme of allowing God’s light to shine throughout your life merits our Dove-Approved Seal for All Ages.

The Dove Take:

The Author, The Star & The Keeper’s uplifting story of a father’s godly influence on his son’s life makes it suitable for all ages. Yet its slow-moving plot and heavy dialogue are better suited for an audience with a long attention span.

For All Ages

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