A new faith based movie is opening on Friday October 18 in limited theaters and one of those is in San Antonio. Seasons of Gray is a movie by Rick Santorum’s EchoLight Studios that attempts to answer the age old question of why bad things happen to good people. It’s a modern day adaptation of the biblical story of Joseph.
Seasons of Gray stars Andrew Cheney as Brady Gray the favored son of a widower who lavishes him with praise and gifts. This angers his half-brothers so they kick him off the family farm with a warning to stay away. Eventually Brady gets settled and gets a job and a love interested but is wrongly accused of sexual assault and thrown in jail. Despite the ups and downs in his life he remains true to his faith and learns the true meaning of forgiveness.
Watermark Community Church in Dallas made the movie with the help of volunteers using a professional crew. It was directed by Paul Stehlik with a screenplay written by his wife Sarah and it has received positive reviews as well as an endorsement by bestselling author Max Lucado.
What: Seasons of Gray: A Modern Day Joseph Story
Where: Santikos Embassy 14
13707 Embassy Row
San Antonio, TX 7 8216
When: Opens Friday October 18, 2013
Source: Heather Wedel/A Larry Ross Communications