100 minutes / Ages 13+ / 2010 / United States of America / Average:
A young woman pays the ultimate price for justice.
When her mother is murdered by her father, Julie Ann Mabry is confronted by a life of hardship and poverty. Taken in by her Evangelical relatives, she begins to adopt new convictions in an effort to reconnect with her mother. Slowly, the threads of her new life begin to unravel and Julie Ann is sent to prison. It is there she finds the freedom and community she had sought so long, yet it does not come without a price.
Illinois International Film Festival -- Best Feature Drama (Nominated)
Columbus International Film & Video Festival -- Honorable Mention (Nominated)
Appalachian Film Festival -- Best Feature Drama (Nominated)
Kansas International Film Festival
Crossroads Film Festival
Woodstock Film Festival