Short film ‘Four Ninety’ shared online–Please share

What is justice if it adds misery to tragedy? The hardest prison to escape is a hateful heart. Love and foregiveness is stronger than hatred and revenge.

Award-winnning short film “Four-Ninety” is currently making the festival rounds and racking up awards. Even so,  EchoShare is sharing this film online–with one request  If you like this film,  please share.

Starring Jimmy DoomRico Bruce Wade, Heather Kilpatrick,  and Mike Tremblay, produced by the EchoShare team in association with Flipbook Moving Pictures, this morality tale of love and foregiveness was directed and edited by  Scott A. Magie;  cinematography by Travis Hayward, with a host of other Michigan talent.

Echo is a non-profit, Christian faith-based organization that inspires and challenges people to show God’s love to others through charitable giving and acts of service.

To learn more about Echo and their community go to www.echo.love or book your next event at their high adventure event center at www.echocenter.org.


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