McKaley Miller - The Human Rights Hero Awards 2015 presented by Marisol Nichols' Foundation for a Slavery Free World and Youth for Human Rights International at Beso at Beso - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 21st September 2015
A former professional baseball player who was dropped from his winning team after he failed a seemingly easy task on the field. Now, he is a washed up alcoholic, who forgets his daughter's age, and continues refusing to get a "real job". But Calvin Campbell (Kristoffer Polaha) isn't all that bad. In the middle of his midlife crisis, he meets a young man at the grocery store working at the produce aisle. Produce (David DeSanctis) has downs syndrome, and a tremendously loving heart. A loving heart that can warm even the most blackened and damaged person, like Calvin.
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Aidan Bloom may look like he's got a lot going for him on the outside, in his prime at 35 with a beautiful wife and two loving children named Grace and Tucker, but the truth is he's floundering. He dreams of being an actor, but that's not a job you can guarantee stability from and thus he no longer has enough money to send his kids to a private school - even with the full to bursting swear jar. He decides to home tutor them after deciding against public school, and soon discovers that he's not the only one in his life who is having problems. With his father having his own issues and his daughter feeling deep regret after cutting off her hair, he starts to realise that he might have to save his family before he himself can be saved.
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