Abel's Field
Kevin Sorbo and Richard Dillard


Overview - This inspirational religious drama concerns Seth (Samuel Davis) a Middle American teenager. When his mother dies and his father abandons the family, Seth must juggle raising his twin sisters, attending classes and working two jobs - a load that leaves him more than a little overwhelmed. After the young man becomes implicated in a fight, he's forced to do service work with the high school groundskeeper, Abel (Kevin Sorbo); initially they hate each other, but over time the walls between them begin to collapse and the men find redemption and solace in their new friendship. As difficulties surface on Seth's end - including a forced eviction for all three children - a long-buried secret from Abel's past threatens to catch up with him.

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Overview

This inspirational religious drama concerns Seth (Samuel Davis) a Middle American teenager. When his mother dies and his father abandons the family, Seth must juggle raising his twin sisters, attending classes and working two jobs - a load that leaves him more than a little overwhelmed. After the young man becomes implicated in a fight, he's forced to do service work with the high school groundskeeper, Abel (Kevin Sorbo); initially they hate each other, but over time the walls between them begin to collapse and the men find redemption and solace in their new friendship. As difficulties surface on Seth's end - including a forced eviction for all three children - a long-buried secret from Abel's past threatens to catch up with him.

Main Cast & Crew

Gordie Haakstad - Director
Kevin Sorbo
Samuel Davis
Richard Dillard
Devin Bonnee
Luci Christian
Brittney Karbowski
Alejandro Rose-Garcia
Nicole Elliott
Katie Sarife
Elizabeth Duff

 
Details
DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 104
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 043396413788
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: PG (MPAA) (thematic elements, brief violence and a smoking image)
  • Release Date: January 2013

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