Time to Run
One other person was all he needed. One. Somehow... it could be everyone's story.
Love. It's hard to put it into words. But you know inside if you have it. You know... because you feel pain when someone else does. Even when that hurting person is someone you've never met. Someone you've only heard about. You know you have love, when you love... and dare to express that love. You express it even though you risk not having love returned. You know you have love when a barrier develops in communication and understanding... and it troubles you relentlessly. You try to break down the barriers, and let the warm return to the relationship. TIME TO RUN is a movie for people who love. People who more than see movies. People who laugh, who cry, who live the things they see on the screen. People who allow themselves to be touched. It's a movie for you... and possibly someone you love. It's a movie to be shared... together. Because somehow, it could be everyone's story. The generation gap is real. Communication does break down between parents and their teenagers. Time to Run, a powerful drama set in contemporary society looks at the conflicts that often develop, and shows how a typical family faced - and overcame - the conflict. Time to Run clearly demonstrates that the barriers can be broken down. Through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a fragmented family can be healed. Instead of supplying glib answers and 'easy' solutions, Time to Run takes a realistic view of the complex questions and everyday struggles that touch virtually every family.
Director: James F Collier
Cast: Ed Nelson, Barbara Sigel, Randall Carver, Gordon Rigsby, Joan Winmill Brown, Billy Graham
Time to Run
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