The inspirational movie "Abel's Field" is a welcome departure from mainstream Hollywood fare. What it lacks in glitz and video-game action, it makes up for with a substantive story line. Kevin Sorbo, who has starred in several Christian movies lately (including "Three Times A Lady" and "What If"), not only stars in this movie but he is the Executive Producer.
The story is compelling. Seth (Samuel Davis), a 17-year-old boy who lost his mother, and has been abandoned by his father is struggling to attend high school and take care of his twin younger sisters. He is barely holding it together when he learns his father has fallen $8,000.00 behind in house payments.
In addition, he is the victim of some bullying by the football team which the coach blames on him. To punish Seth for the fights, the coach assigns Seth to work with the school's quiet and very private groundskeeper, Abel (Kevin Sorbo), to install a new sprinkler system. As Seth's world spirals out of control, the reluctant Abel may become his only support.
"Abel's Field" is available on DVD and will premiere exclusively on GMC TV on Sunday, February 24 at 7, 9 and 11 p.m. ET.
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Abel's Field with Kevin Sorbo and Samuel Davis an Inspiring Movie
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