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Now for another part of the country. Joey is living his young life in a mantion with his wealthy parents. When he's not out in the yacht he is being spolied. He is very happy and his parents are doing a great job parenting. Money helps, I guess, but they give him plenty of true love and healthy inputs. Anyhow, they do not want to give him away to a life surrounded by poverty and earlier abuse. This is a sticky mess. A kid war.
Four solid performances, very realisic - it nearly feels as a docudrama. Well balanced ace story-telling, strong, debatable and thrilling. I feared that the very Christian director (as I have read) could kill it, but the small amount of Christianity and "preaching God's way" is not making it weaker.
A hard hitting and very solid drama. A class act tear-jerker with very few flaws. One or two of them may be the rather thin (or maybe simple) story and few unpredictable turns.
8.5 out of 10 showers.