Miles Between Us

DVD Release: September 13, 2016
Miles Between Us
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Synopsis

A father and daughter who have been estranged by divorce for twelve years find themselves on a trip across the country that becomes a more complicated journey than they imagined. It’s a story of pain, hope, healing, and redemption.

Dove Review

“Miles Between Us” is a fabulous movie with a good plot! It features a father and his daughter who share a road trip and bond, thawing out a previously cold relationship. Due to a failed marriage, the young woman, Gabby (Anna Stranz), is bitter toward her father, Luke Dauer (Dariush Moslemi). He is a big movie producer in Hollywood who has become absorbed in his career rather than with his family. Realizing this mistake, he makes an effort to have a relationship with his daughter.

They play jokes on each other and one of the touching scene features the father, after he has defended his daughter’s honor, coming into her motel room and giving her a kiss on the forehead as he thinks she is asleep. When he walks away, she smiles.

This film features themes of forgiveness, healing in a relationship, growing in a family bond, and the importance of family. We are pleased to award the movie our Faith-Friendly Seal for ages 12-plus. “Miles Between Us” shows that the miles can be bridged with God’s help!

Content Description

Sex: Man with a fiance' touches woman's leg; man holds down a girl as he tries to kiss her.
Language: Jerk-1; scumbag-1.
Violence: A girl's father punches another man; A girl kicks a man in the eye, giving him a black eye.
Drugs: Wine is seen on tables in a restaurant.
Nudity: None.
Other: Tension between family members; tattoo on character; man buys tampons for daughter; man gets speeding ticket; a girl tells her dad a lie but later confesses it to him.

Info

Company: ii Films, LLC
Director: Andrew Hunt
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 91 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter