A tale that takes place over two days, one day in the present and the other one in the past. The film tells the story of two strangers--a struggling mother and a gambling addict--whose lives converge in unspeakable tragedy. In the present, Ana drives through the desert to witness the execution of Saul, the stranger who destroyed her life so many years ago. In the past, Saul is out of a job, out of money, and out of time to pay his debts while Ana, with her son, faces an uncertain future. As Saul now waits out the final hours of his life, both he and Ana are caught in the memory of the day when their lives collided and became permanently intertwined.
- Coordinated a relationship between Take and the national ministry Prison Fellowship
- Held screenings for the film in NYC, TX, DC and CA
- Identified and worked closely with the Restorative Justice Community to promote the film
- Worked with Restorative Justice leaders to design small group bible study material
- Created two Web sites to explore Personal Forgiveness and Restorative Justice.