All Alza Bennett wants it to get home to her estranged family for Easter holiday. An auto mishap leaves the high-strung executive more than 700 miles short of her destination and standing on the doorstep of a grizzled, reclusive farmer named Lincoln, whose life goal is to be left alone.
After a deal is struck, the mismatched pair sets out on a three-day odyssey of misadventures along the highways and byways of America where they encounter rat-infested motels, convenience store holdups, rural rabbit stalkers and a starstruck couple from the local trailer park. Best of all, they are forced to encounter each other as the two worlds of the princess and the hermit collide at each and every turn.
This is a Jefferson Moore film so we already knew that there was a good chance we would like this. What I wasn’t expecting was a comedy. There were several scenes I found myself giggling. We really enjoyed this film and it had some thought provoking conversations as well.
We did not remember seeing Christina Karis before and we wouldn’t mind seeing her in more films. She did a great job!
Here is an Easter story you can watch with your family with a great message and lots of humor.
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