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John Leguizamo gives the performance of his career as Gulf War veteran and washed-up prizefighter Frank Diaz, who finds himself and his family evicted from their New York City home. But after months spent working as a day laborer and living in a homeless shelter, Frank finally receives good news on Christmas Eve: There s an apartment available in a nearby housing project if Frank can prove he s legally employed. As the rest of the city prepares for their holiday, Frank and his 10-year-old stepson (a breakthrough performance by young David Castro) hit the cold streets in a desperate search to find a job and some hope by Christmas morning. Leonor Varela (Cleopatra) and Jerry Ferrara (Entourage) co-star in this gritty drama from writer/director Salvatore Stabile about the bond of family and the harsh reality of America s working poor.
Great movie. Shows the struggles of low income families. But we have to believe that things will get better and that family is truly everything.Published 7 months ago by Arlene Alicea
A very good movie to see with family, many lessons to learn form it.Published 8 months ago by MARYHELEN MONARREZ
It was a terrible movie! I never saw the God connection in it.Published 8 months ago by Paul Choate