A missing child is any parent's worst nightmare. Work-obsessed Randy Simpkins (played by Dean Cain)was distracted for only a few minutes when his son Joe disappears. This momentary distraction leads to a family's life-changing crisis.
Taking place over the course of one day, viewers are invited into this family's struggle to deal with the uncertainty of what happens to their son. I don't want to spoil the plot, but the end of the movie details how this event leads to Simpkins changing his life.
Fair warning: this is a tear-jerker. Of course, when you're pregnant, like I am, Hallmark commercials are tear-jerkers. Since becoming a parent, any film dealing with the loss (or fear of loss of a child) sends me running to the tissue box.
I felt that the film was fairly well made. It's a beneficial reminder that families are more important than business success!
I received a complimentary copy of this movie from Book Sneeze to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed are my honest thoughts of the film.