Abel's Field (DVD)

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Left motherless by tragedy and abandoned by his father, high school senior Seth McArdle (Samuel Davis) has been put under enormous pressure to support his little sisters. At school, he endures the daily bullying of the football team. When he fights back, he s singled out for punishment and assigned to an after-school work detail under the supervision of a reserved groundskeeper, Abel (Kevin Sorbo). Much to his surprise, Seth discovers that Abel may be the only one who truly understands his struggles. As dark times lure Seth towards desperate measures, the reluctant Abel may be the only person who can point him back towards the light.

Product Details

Barcode
6004416113273
Department
Movies & TV
Released
1 Apr 2013
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Kids & Family
Region
Region 2
Language
English
Studio
Curb
Runtime
106 min
Age Restriction
13PG
Supply Source
South Africa

Movie

Title
Abel's Field
Release Year
2012
Running Time
104 min
Language
English
Categories
Dramas / Families / Family Life
Official Website
http://abelsfield.com/
Ratings
IMDb
6.6
Synopsis
This inspirational religious drama concerns Seth (Samuel Davis) a Middle American teenager. When his mother dies and his father abandons the family, Seth must juggle raising his twin sisters, attending classes and working two jobs - a load that leaves him more than a little overwhelmed. After the young man becomes implicated in a fight, he's forced to do service work with the high school groundskeeper, Abel (Kevin Sorbo); initially they hate each other, but over time the walls between them begin to collapse and the men find redemption and solace in their new friendship. As difficulties surface on Seth's end - including a forced eviction for all three children - a long-buried secret from Abel's past threatens to catch up with him.
Poster
Poster for Abel's Field
Cast & Crew
Director
Gordie Haakstad
Star
Samuel Davis / Trent Moore / Kevin Sorbo
Screenwriter
Aron Flasher
Composer
Jeff Toyne
Director of Photography
Ian W. Ellis