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An Innocent Hell
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After 20 years in prison convicted Gus Wilson returns to the small Texas Town that he wronged long ago. When the news of his return hits the locals an innocent hell breaks loose. Gus wants to make things right but will the town forgive him? Gus faces the trials and tribulations of a new convict back in society. Finding Christ in prison was only the beginning for Gus. Now he must convince his hostile home town that he is a reformed man. As Gus interacts with society he feels the constant judgmental eyes of the town. Gus' victim Mark is now an adult. As Mark is forced to face his abuser he struggles inside. With Gus back in town Mark is forced to deal with his past demons that he hasn't been able to let go of. Due to what happen twenty years ago Mark's family life is also a constant struggle. As his wife Crystal and Brother Luke challenge Mark to deal with his issues he continues to run away. Crystal begs Mark to find religion and focus on their marriage for their daughter Mary. However Mark can't figure out a way to let go of his disturbing childhood memories.
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By Glenn Folkes on May 3, 2014
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biased because i was in it but thought it was good, it was kinda messy but I would give a star for me, a star for my friend, and a star for the pastor, it was very touching because I hadn't seen the movie only the scene at the sheriff's office that I rehearsed for a day, probably an independent movie but the message to me was we are responsible as citizen's for justice just as much as the victim was responsible for his family and to move on.
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