Lauren returns home with social worker Alison (Daniella Grace) who pressures Noah into finding his sister inside the stranger. In the meantime Tommy wants to find out what happened to Lauren and he starts with the only witness to her reappearance — mechanic Todd (Howard).
After the film was shot, some very prominent kidnappings came into the news and “all of a sudden it became relevant,” Jordon said.
“It’s a challenging film on a lot of emotional levels,” he said.
Will it show in Goshen? Jordon said they’ve thought about showing it at Linway or the old Goshen Theater. If people would like it to show locally, he’d definitely make a request for it.
For those who don’t want to wait, tickets can be purchased for the River Bend Film Festival by going online to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sand-castles-indiana-premiere-tickets-10124475579.
“Sand Castles” is rated R.
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