Join an unlikely hero as college student Adam Smith (TAYLOR LINDSEY) faces off against the entire international monetary system in a saga that begins with his father Professor Dostoevsky in Moscow. Russia and ends with Adam in New York City. What began as a simple term paper on the United States Federal Reserve becomes a fight for their lives as Adam and his research partner Kirsten (ELLEN LAWRENCE) seeks to expose international corruption. This is the story of a college student who against all odds must clear his father’s name and protect the financial interest of the world from those who would exploit it. With the clock ticking, can Adam bring down the international monetary syndicate responsible for the death of this own father and behind the destruction of missions around the globe before he himself is permanently eliminated?
This story illustrates nicely that there are absolutes in the world and that God is the author of those absolutes. Adam Smith (nicely played by Taylor Lindsey) and his friend and research partner Kirsten (Ellen Lawrence) plan to expose international corruption. Facing unbelievable foes and obstacles, Adam’s resolve remains strong.
This film features some intense scenes and a few shootings and would no doubt lose younger viewers due to its complicated plot so we are recommending the movie for ages twelve plus. This movie illustrates the power of the monetary market and how some become corrupted by it. This gripping drama makes a statement that God has laws which must be obeyed or consequences will follow. In a nice scene a girl states boldly that she cannot lie because she is a Christian. It might also teach the viewer a thing or two about the Federal Reserve and Board of Governors.