Guilt is like a poison, we know that. It can take over your whole mind. It can affect you and haunt you on a daily basis. The truth is, you can’t run from it. You can always try, but it will always, always catch up to you. The best thing that you can do is to turn to the Lord.
We had the privilege over a year ago to travel to the wonderful state of Texas and witness the making of the film Abel’s Field. While we were on the set, we were treated with true Southern hospitality by the cast and crew.
This movie is adorable. The dialogue is good and the humor is very nice, too. I was impressed. I also liked the retelling of Joseph and when he was sold into slavery by his brothers. It was cute seeing him as a vegetable as well.
First the good. The cast is spot on in terms of acting. It’s wonderful to see character actors like Ben Savage and Richard Moll slip in for some smooth turns at underacting. Also the Southern accents are refreshingly not overdone. (Thank you from the South).
The message of this movie is for both parents and their children needing to respect each other. I absolutely believe that the parents in this movie needed to be more involved in their children’s lives, but the teens also needed to show their parents more respect. It goes both ways, which can be hard.
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