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Abel’s Field

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Rating: 3.8/5 (4 votes cast)

“Sometimes the hero is on the sideline.”

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Abel’s Field


Film Synopsis:

Left motherless by tragedy and bandoned by his father, high school senior Seth McArdle (Samuel Davis) has been put under enormous pressure to support his little sisters. At school, he endures the daily bullying of the football team. When he fights back, he’s singled out for punishment and assigned to an after-school work detail under the supervision of a reserved groundskeeper, Abel (Kevin Sorbo). Much to his surprise, Seth discovers that Abel may be the only one who truly understands his struggles. As dark times lure Seth towards desperate measures, the reluctant Abel may be the only person who can point him back towards the light.


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  • Kevin Sorbo … Abel
  • Samuel Davis … Seth
  • Cliff Stephens … Blake Hardgrove
  • Brittney Karbowski … Stacy
  • Richard Dillard … Coach Chalmers
  • Alejandro Rose-Garcia … New Bartender
  • Elizabeth Duff … Cary
  • Katie Sarife … Courtney
  • Trent Moore … Pastor Daniels
  • Ray Prewitt … Manager
  • Matthew Posey … Officer Paulson
  • Devin Bonnée … Netty
  • Yesenia Garcia … Ms. Hernandez
  • Nicole Elliott … Katie
  • Joe Ward … Keith
  • Anthony Solomon … Lineman
  • Bob Coonrod … Mr. Gates
  • Gene Cervenka … Bar Patron
  • Ellen Dolan … Ticket Taker
  • Titos Menchaca … Old Bartender
  • William Buchanan … Billy
  • Terri Merritt Bennett … Aunt Linda
  • Abbey Siegworth … Keith’s Girl
  • Cat Sims … Hannah
  • Craig Kotfas … Man In Suit
  • Catie Duff … Mary
  • Benjamin Hoffman … Pilgrim
  • Susan Mansur … Rose
  • Luci Christian … Receptionist
  • Wray Crawford … Large Customer
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Abel's Field, 3.8 out of 5 based on 4 ratings

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  1. Annelie says
    03 February 13, 2:44pm

    Cindy Navarro Says…

    The relationship between Seth and Abel was more convincing. Both were struggling with unimaginable issues for most of us, but each provided something the other needed. Abel had withdrawn into himself and did not want to let anyone in. Many of the touches of humor sprinkled through out the film played on this aspect of his character, and I thought Sorbo showed great reactions to these situations.

    For the rest of her review, click on our Film Reviews Section underneath the cover art photo.


  2. Kotaaa says
    25 February 13, 7:59am

    i loved this movie it was amazing!:)

  3. Al says
    16 March 13, 3:42am

    We lost the last bit of the movie (GMC ended the move after our DVR), can anyone tell us what happened right after he received the leather binder from Abel?

  4. Annelie says
    17 March 13, 6:49am

    Anyone want to tackle this one? Now I can’t remember the ending…


  5. Mary Anne says
    01 September 13, 11:42am

    Seth opens the binder and sees all the drawings inside. There is a note in there saying that he had made his drawings his whole life, but now he knows he doesn’t have to be alone, so now “Abel” is going home..he doesn’t know if the family farm is still there, if the family is still there and if they will want him back, but he is going to try. “Abel” walks off down the road.

    I really wish there was a slightly different ending to this story….or at the very least we found out “Abel’s” real name.
    Maybe it’s just me reading something into the movie that wasn’t there. As the movie progressed, it seemed to me that there was a play on the Bible story of Cain and Abel. He was a “wanderer” and those tatoo’s were the mark, whose brother was named Abel, that he killed because of jealousy, and his young friend..that he came to take care of was named Seth. Even when he said at the end that he was going back to his family’s “farm”.
    Maybe it was set up that way as a mystery…or like I said, just me reading something into the story that wasn’t there.

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