Pete walks into a hotel room with a gun, and he's ready to use it. He didn't expect to meet Gideon, the chatty bible on the bedside table. Gideon, being, ya know, a bible, doesn't get out much. Still, he has plenty of opinions much to Pete's annoyance. Gideon tries to talk Pete off the cliff, but Pete's heard it all before. Gideon and Pete battle and bond about betrayal, spirituality, and loss. As ideas about morality, the Bible, and God fly between them, the clock ticks and the two are forced to deal with their inadequacies. Can Gideon sway Pete before Pete pulls the trigger?
Hotels -- Fiction.
Suicidal behavior -- Fiction.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Freestyle Digital Media, film distributor.
Gosnell, Bradley, actor.
Gosnell, Raja, film director.
LeBlanc, Alicia Joy, film director.
Marcon, Mia, actor.