Sun Feb 25, 2018 – 2:30 pm | Hendricks Arts Center
Directed by Michael M. McGuire
USA | 103 min | 2017
After an absence of several years, seminary student Daniel Sullivan returns to his wintry, Wisconsin hometown of Silver River. But if he’s to assist the dying Father Rob, he’s going to need to sway the skeptics who learn that he hasn’t spoken to his younger brother, Jake – a reclusive pot dealer – in years.
With the help of a young woman from his past, Danny tracks his brother down, and the two embark on a ride of faith, (ice)fishing, temptation, drugs, and rock ‘n roll on the way to confronting their shared scars from a past tragedy that shaped their lives.
Michael M. McGuire
Michael McGuire is a Los Angeles-based producer and Wisconsin native best known for his work on independent films such as BITCH (2017 Sundance Film Festival), ELECTRICK CHILDREN, Neil LaBute’s SOME GIRL(S), and FAULTS (starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead), as well as TV movies for Lifetime and Hallmark such as HOLIDAY HIGH SCHOOL REUNION, NAUGHTY OR NICE, and DEADLY SPA. Michael is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Wisconsin and earned his MFA from the American Film Institute. He currently holds the position of Production Executive at SpectreVision.