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Looking For Lions (2016, original release: 2015)
(eVideo)


Description:  1 online resource (streaming video file) (85 minutes): digital, .flv file, sound
Language:  English


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Originally produced by Filmworks Entertainment in 2015

Looking for Lions is the story of Ray and Mia, two young lovers struggling to get by and Emmett Dawes a man dealing with the realities of his wife’s terminal illness. Through a combination of bad decisions and desperate circumstances the three find their lives intertwined forever. After getting fired from his delivery job, Ray’s cousin hooks him up with a high-paying job as a courier. However, things are not quite what they seem and just when it looks like their problems are finally behind them, Ray’s new job plunges the lovers into the world of black market human organ sales. In a parallel story, Emmett Dawes world is turned upside down.. Between nursing his wife through her final days, support groups and working to pay off massive medical bills, every day is struggle. At the end of his rope, Emmett is shown a less than legal opportunity to save his wife and he is just desperate enough to take it. His last ditch effort sends Mia and Ray on a harrowing journey that will put their love to the ultimate test and leaves them changed forever.

Mode of access: World Wide Web

In English

Related Searches:
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Additional Credits:
Filmworks Entertainment (Firm),
Kanopy (Firm),

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