‘The Path of the Wind’ ~ CFDb Movie Review
After serving a ten-year prison sentence, Lee Ferguson (Joe Rowley) returns to the small town where he was raised. Looking to lead a simple life, he takes a job at the local grocery store where all he wants beyond a daily routine is to be left alone. But when Lee saves Katie (Liz DuChez) from being assaulted, his life becomes anything but simple.
Lee’s budding relationship with Katie is threatened by a scheming coworker and a violent past which will not stay buried. When a mysterious stranger knocks on his door, Lee is suddenly confronted with the choices he made long ago. He must now decide how far he is willing to go to seek redemption.
The Path of the Wind is a compelling story of love, vengeance, and forgiveness, and the powers we choose to let guide us.
This is a different movie, because of the quirky main character, who is a bit creepy, which shows he’s a great actor. We really enjoyed this film, it had some intense moments, and some unexpected moments, including a great scene of forgiveness.
A statement made during the film I really wanted to share: It was about making new beginnings and checking your past at the door. (Place of Employment)
Isn’t that what the Christian life is all about? We confess our sins, Jesus forgives us our sins, and gives us the ability to change. Amazing!
Just like in 1 John 1:9 – If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
There is one scene where I was practically yelling at the girl NOT to go in. I won’t say anymore, but you’ll know it when you get to it. Foolish decision that cost her a lot. Foolish decision that MANY Christian men and women make. I hope everyone learns that lesson after watching this movie.
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