After his wife’s death in a car accident, Lucas Cole has become an angry, shut-down, public prosecutor trying to convict the world. He’s also become a disconnected father to his son. Then on one, fateful day everything for Lucas seems to be tested: his values, career and relationships – it’s Good Friday.
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