Ivan Rogers directs himself in the lead role of Virgil Garrett, a Catholic priest with a mysterious past. As it turns out, that past is one of a gangster's hit man, and when Virgil's innocent brother is gunner down for no reason at all, Virgil decides to hang up his white collar and pick up a pistol to hunt down his killers -- spouting scripture and busting caps!
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