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23rd Psalm: Redemption

23rd Psalm: Redemption

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Five years have passed since Detective John Smith helped convict Luther on a murder charge. After being denied parole, Luther, along with two convicts, escapes from prison. John, now married, is a minister and stepfather to an adolescent girl. Seeking revenge, Luther and his goons break into John's house and hold his family hostage. There, John makes a harrowing attempt to coax Luther to do the right thing -– but is it too late?

Actors:

Tatyana Ali,Leslie Mills,Clifton Powell

Description:

Five years have passed since Detective John Smith (Markhum Stansbury, Jr.) helped convict Dennis Luther (Mister Jones) on a murder charge. After being denied parole, Luther escapes from prison along with two convicts and seeks revenge on John, who is now a married minister. While being held hostage with his family, John relies on his faith and makes a harrowing attempt to coax Luther to do the right thing... but is it too late?

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