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Approaching Midnight

Rating:PG (for thematic elements, language and a brief nude image)
Genre:Drama, Romance
Release Date:August 30, 2013
Running time:86 minutes
Cast:Jana Kramer, Sam Logan Khaleghi, Brandon T. Jackson, Mia Serafino
Director:Sam Logan Khaleghi
Producer:Sam Logan Khaleghi
Writer:Sam Logan Khaleghi
Distributor:Monterey Media

Description: For Love of Country: Approaching Midnight' is a gripping military themed action drama that follows a young Army staff sergeant, Wesley Kent, as he returns to his small town America home from war abroad. Kent must cope withburying the body of his best friend who passed away under his command and also solve the mystery behind thetragic accident that took the life of his girlfriend in a car accident while he was abroad. Kent must now stop at nothing to complete one final mission and topple a tower of deception and corruption.

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