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Split Infinity: A Gift from the Past [Film]…

Split Infinity: A Gift from the Past [Film]

by Stan Ferguson

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This is a really good movie to teach a lesson about the love of money. The main character is obsessed with making money and it frequently infringes on her other goals. In an accident she is "transported" back in time and takes the place of a member of her family just before Black Tuesday. When in that time, she sees how her grandfather, in his pursuit of the dollar will cost the family the farm where they live. She tries to persuade him differently, then begins to raise money herself to try and keep him from selling the land. This movie is very good, and watchable for the whole family. Along with being entertaining, it has a very deffinite moral.
  FloydHyattJr | Jun 21, 2014 |
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A.J. Knowlton learns that getting what you want is not always what you need. When enterprising A.J. is transported back to the past through a sudden accident, she is forced to put her obsession to get rich on hold. As she observes the events in her family’s past. A.J. slowly starts to see why relationships and happiness are more important than money. Before time runs out, A.J. must put her money interests aside so she can discover something that will change her family’s future.
Running time: 87 min. (All ages)
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