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A Long Way Off

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Recent college graduate Jake Abraham (Jason Burkey from The Walking Dead) doesn’t like the farm life. He also has little regard for the religious and business ethics of his father, produce farmer Mr. Abraham (John Diehl from Scandal). He wishes to leave the family business, and his father surprisingly complies. With his entire inheritance, Jake leaves behind his family, including his father, brother and loyal secretary Mrs. Grey (Edi McClurg from Frozen). Upon his arrival in the city, Jake starts living large. With his swanky condo and sports car, he catches the attention of the gorgeous Laura (Johanna Jowett from Life as We Know It), who even introduces him to high roller investor Frank (Robert Davi from Die Hard). Jake also meets an affable barista Summer (Zoe Myers from Anchorman 2) who clearly likes him, but Jake only has eyes for Laura. On Laura’s suggestion, Jake decides to make an investment and Frank goes in with him. But when the investment goes bust, Frank gives Jake an ultimatum: get my money back or die. Living out of a dumpster, Jake decides to go back home and reunite with his family. He once thought they weren’t good enough but, as Jake soon realizes, family is often the only thing to go back to when you’ve gone a long way off the right path. A modern retelling of the “Prodigal Son” fable, A Long Way Off is a family drama directed by Jon Macy. The film debuted on June 6, 2014.


feature film - 105 Minutes | | 2014

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