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The Open Door | Adventure Film | Drama | Full Length | Free YouTube Movie

The Open Door | Adventure Film | Drama | Full Length | Free YouTube Movie


(heart beating) – Mama, Mom. (heart beating) – [Mary] Sammy, where are you? Samuel? – [Sam] I’m right here. – [Mary] Come here. (heart beating) – [Madison] Sammy. Sammy? – [Sam] Open the door. – Sammy. There you are. Come on Sammy we have to go. – Go? – Yes go. – Madison, Sammy. – I found him Mom. – Both of you out
in the car, hurry. – [Husband] You
won’t last one week– – Hurry up. I’ll be right there. – Mom. – Madison it’ll be alright. Take care of your brother. – Come on Sammy let’s go. – Where are we going? – [Husband] Where is
that other bottle? (glass breaking) – Away. – [Husband] Don’t tell me I
don’t need another bottle. Now I am a grown man. – Come on Sammy. Don’t be afraid I’ll help you. Sammy what are you doing? Sammy listen to me. – I drink two bottles
thank you very much. You’d probably drink
one on your own too. You know if you would just like share with me once in awhile
it wouldn’t be that bad. (heart beating) Hey, where are you going? Who said you could take my car? (glass breaking) – Kids? – Right here Mom. – Buckle up. – Mom he’s coming. (engine cranks) (body thuds)
(tires squeal) Mom I think you hit him. – Is he dead? – No just stunned. – Well that worked out nicely. Are you guys okay? – We’re okay Mom right Sammy? – I’m fine. I got my shoes Mom. – Really Sammy? You’re shoes? You’re fine ’cause you have
those stinky old shoes? – I got my shoes. – Don’t listen to her Samuel. I’m glad too. I’m glad you have your shoes. (heart beating) (birds singing) (upbeat music) (loud thumping) – Madison what is
wrong with you? – I’m sorry Roy. Are you alright? – Put it in park. – Oh right, sorry. – Do you even have a
license to drive this thing? – Of course I do it’s
just that driving deficiencies sort of
run in the family. – No doubt. – I’m really late. – Not as late as
I could have been. – Late for what? The late Roy, I get it funny. Smile. (camera clicking) – No stop that. – Oh come on Roy. You know you’re one of
my favorite subjects. Besides you love having
your picture taken. – I do not. And another thing Madison,
is that your doing? – Have I told you how
nice your mums look? – Yes, the last time you
tried to change the subject. – I’ll pick up a new trash can. – Whoa. – Don’t worry I’ve got this. – And don’t forget the rent. – You have a good day too Roy. – Artists. (acoustic guitar music) – The photography of
local artist Madison Gray. Now if I could only
finish the photos. – What was that? – [Madison] Did I
say that out loud? – Loud and clear. – Morning boss. – Boss? Well as your boss and the
name that is on the gallery– – The Palmer Gallery,
the best in the Midwest. – It is my job to
make sure our artisans are making their deadlines. – You do a fantastic
job of that Joan. – Well? – What? – Come with me, come on. (acoustic guitar music) Madison do you see this wall? – Every day. – Good let that be a
reminder to you that unless I can fill 16
feet of wall space with paint and
call it photography I’m gonna need you to
fill it with pictures. – I will I promise. I’m almost finished
I’m just tweaking. – Tweak faster. – Joan I wanted to thank you for this opportunity
you’re giving me. Ever since I
started to work here I’ve dreamed of
having my own show. – If I wouldn’t have given it to
you my competitors would have. Madison you’re very talented. One of the best I’ve
seen in a very long time. Well since me. But seriously. Sometimes you just need
to mat it and frame it. – I just want it to be perfect. – Perfection can be petrifying. Come on let’s get to work. – [Madison] Thank you. – Ooh Madison I made
some coffee, want some? – Do you even have to ask? – Coming right up. (acoustic guitar music) – 16 feet. (phone ringing) Saved by the bell. Hello. Yes this is Madison Gray. What? When? How? (acoustic guitar music) – The best part of waking up. Madison what is it? (acoustic guitar music) (Madison crying) – Jesus said I am the
resurrection and I am the life. Those who believe in
me even though they die yet they will live. And those who live and
believe in me will never die. Let us live our lives
with the certain hope of being reunited
with our sister Mary and all believers
at the end of time. And may the grace of
our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the
fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you now
and always, amen. (acoustic piano music) I’m very sorry Sam. – It’s time to go Sam. – In a minute okay. (acoustic piano music) – Madison again I am so sorry. – Thank you Pastor James. – It was so sudden. Is there any word
on how Mary died? – It appears to
be a heart attack. (acoustic piano music) Sam found her when he came home after his job at
the grocery store. I just don’t know why God
would let this happen to us. – God’s reasons are not
always clear in the present. – And everything works for
the good of God’s plan. I’ve heard the
sermon before Pastor. But what good could
come from this? – Well I pray that you
and Sam find peace. – Yeah. Me too. – Really Madison? Are you praying? – What does it matter? – We’ll miss Sam around here. Our church has a sister
congregation in Fort Barber. Here’s the contact information. – Thanks. I better go get Sam. Sammy, it’s time to go. – Time to go. (heart beating) – God be with you Sam. – Pastor James my mom is dead. – I know Sam. – These are my moms shoes. – [Pastor] They are
very fine shoes Sammy. – Mom is in the big shoe box. – Well yes Sam she is. Her body is but her
soul is in Heaven. (heart beating) – Bye Pastor. – Goodbye Sam. Madison. Sam doesn’t like change. – No kidding. – Consistency is
important to him. – Yeah well looks
like God took care of there being any consistancy
in our lives didn’t he? (heart beating) – Let me out. Let me out. Let me out. – Sam what’s wrong? – I can’t open the door. – Here. ♪ Simple things
within my reach ♪ – Where are we? – We’re at my, we’re
at our apartment. Come on I’ll show you. ♪ Stretched beyond
what I believe ♪ ♪ The edge of the story ♪ ♪ All my mind all my strength ♪ ♪ I long to hold you close ♪ – Well here we are. – I see you’re still messy. – I see you’re still honest. I gotta get out
of these clothes. I’ll be right back. Oh here. Make yourself at home. ♪ Running in a field of
green under the blue skies ♪ ♪ With open arms and
trusting hearts ♪ ♪ We danced beneath the sun ♪ ♪ What joy to walk with
you when we were young ♪ – Home? ♪ And oh how I loved you ♪ ♪ And oh the moments
we have shared ♪ – Love stinks. ♪ And oh how I prayed for you ♪ ♪ That the good Lord would bring
you where we’re safely home ♪ – Hey another on time arrival. You ready for another day
at the grocery store Sam? – Ready Mom. – Good now remember
let your light shine. – So that they may knoweth
the hope that we have, I will. – Good I’ll see you later. Bye Sam. (calm music) ♪ Up and down this
winding road ♪ ♪ We’ll see where
life takes us ♪ ♪ You’re older now
and the pen is yours ♪ ♪ You write on new pages ♪ ♪ The story now
becomes your own ♪ ♪ New chapters without end ♪ ♪ Will you come to own this
gift that you been given ♪ – Don’t even think about it. – I wasn’t. – Yes you were. – No I wasn’t. – Sam don’t. Don’t touch my camera. Gonna have trouble enough
getting my photos done in time. – In time for what? – The gallery show. – Well let me help you. – Sam no, Sam, Sam! – Now look what you did. – What I did? Sam just get away
from the camera. Just go, just sit. – How is it? – It’s fine. – You’re lying. – I think I’m making it worse. – I know how you feel. I do that a lot. – You know what? Don’t worry about it. I have other lenses. What in the world? (door creeks shut) You can have the spare bedroom. – Fine. Hope you don’t mind
sleeping on a pull out sofa. Just ’til we get your bed here. – I don’t mind. – So what do you want to do? We could watch a movie. – Your movies stink. – What are we a film critic now? Alright, we could play
some cards, go fish? – I’m hungry. – Hungry, I guess it is
past dinner time isn’t it? Okay well let’s see what we got. We got some carrots, no. Tomato soup. I’ll tell you what. How ’bout we go pick up
a pizza and grab a movie? You could pick out any
movie that you like. What is the matter
with that door? Sam what are you doing? – Open. – [Madison] What? – The door it needs to be open. – No, there’s no reason
for it to be open. – Open the door. – No. Sam. (muffled voices) No. Sam. (muffled voices) Stop it. – Open the door! – Sam no. – What is going on up here? – Okay it can stay closed. – Hi Roy. Did we disturb you? – Disturb me? You could have woken the dead. Sorry. I am very sorry to hear
about your mother Madison. It’s awful just awful. – Thanks. This is my brother Sam. Sam this is Roy my landlord. – Well hello Sam. – Nine. – What? – [Sam] Nine. – Nine? What is he German? – No it’s your shoes. – [Roy] What about my shoes? – They’re a size nine. – What’s that to him? – Shoes are kind of his thing. – Why? – I have no idea. We’ll be more quiet, right Sam. – See that you do. – Goodnight Roy. – Goodnight. Why me, why is it always me. ♪ Oh how I’ve loved you ♪ ♪ And oh the moments
we have shared ♪ ♪ And oh how I pray for you ♪ ♪ The good Lord will see
you where we’re safely ♪ ♪ And the good Lord will
see you where we’re safely ♪ ♪ That the good Lord will bring
you where we’re safely home ♪ (alarm ringing) – Good morning. – Sam, what are
you doing in here? – It’s time to get up. – It’s 7:00 a.m. Did you mess with my phone? – You’ve had the same
password since you were 13. Come on we’re gonna be late. – It’s Sunday, what
are we late for? – Church. – Church? – The service is at eight. I’ll let you get ready. (church bells ringing) Come on we’re gonna be late. – I’m coming, I’m coming. – [Phil] Good morning. – Thank you. – Here let me take
your backpack. – What? – Sam it’s okay. – I’ll take good
care of it okay? – Come on Sam. – This doesn’t look
like my church. – A church is a church, come on. Excuse us. (calm music) Sam. I’m so sorry. Sam why didn’t you follow me? – She smelled funny. – Sam that’s not polite. – Like stinky flowers. – It’s perfume. – It’s giving me a headache. – Okay fine. (music stops) – I’m Sam. – Hey I’m– – No turn around, pay attention. – Good morning everyone
and welcome to our service. – Thank you pastor. – We begin our
worship in the name of the Father, the Son,
and the Holy Spirit. – Amen. – Amen. Let us join together in
singing our first hymn. Number 334. (organ music) – Sam. Sam. – Why are they
closing the doors? – Sam it’s okay. – What’s going on back there? – Open the door. – Sam sit down. Sam look at me Sam. (organ music) – I have to go to the bathroom. (organ music) ♪ Praise our Father
Lord that we ♪ (breathing heavily) – Sam. You alright? – I’m hungry. – Okay. We don’t belong here, let’s go. (acoustic piano music) – Another glass? – Yes please. Actually you can just leave
the bottle, thank you. – This brunch is
great, thanks Madison. – Sure. So, what did you
think of church? – Not like home. – What do you mean? – Different. – Church is church Sam
how is it different? – Worship at the cross. – I don’t understand. – Worship at the cross. Pastor James had a service. – We were just at a service
or almost at a service. – No a service for
me and my friends. – A service for you
and your friends? Oh a service for– – Yeah a service
for slow people. – Sam that’s not what
I was going to say. – That’s what you were thinking. That’s what
everybody’s thinking. – Sam. – It’s like wearing your
insides on your outside. When people look at
me they don’t see me they see my problems and
they don’t look me in the eye because then they might have
to admit I’m an actual person. Sometimes I think what I’ve
got is catchy like the flu and if they get too close to me they might wake up
with what I’ve got. Then the short bus
will come for them too. I miss home. – I know you do. But this is our home now. Trying to make it work for us. – Why do you drink? – Everybody drinks. – Why do you drink alcohol? – It’s just a little
bubbly with brunch. – It’s your third glass. – What is this? I’m a big girl Sam I
can take care of myself. – Can you? – Yes I can. – Good morning Madison. – Joan how are you? – The question is how are you? – We’re adjusting. Oh this is my brother Sam. Sam this is Joan my
boss at the art gallery. – Hi Sam. – I like your shoes. – Thanks. – You’re welcome. – Well you passed inspection. – Good. That is good right? Madison I’ve been thinking. With everything
going on in your life I think maybe we should
cancel the gallery show. – Cancel the show? – Postpone it just until
things level out a little. – I’m almost finished. – Really there’s no
need to postpone. – I just think you
need time to regroup and get used to
your new situation. – But I’m planning on
coming in tomorrow. You can see my progress. – What about Sam? – Sam’s great on his own. He does it all the time. There’s plenty for him
to do at the apartment. Right Sam? – No. – He means no problem. – Well I’ll hold off for now. Let’s see what you have
and then I’ll decide. – Thanks Joan. – But it can wait Madison. – No. It can’t. – It was very nice
to meet you Sam. – Bye. (sighs) (acoustic piano music) – I’ll be right back. (acoustic piano music) What? – Some people wear their
problems on the outside for everyone to see,
some keep them hidden. – Really? And who would that be? – You. – Well Doctor Sam I’m fine. Just leave me alone. – I can’t. – How ’bout this one Sammy? – Yeah she likes yellow. – Just who are we
picking these for anyway? – Madison. – Your sister, how sweet of you. – Maybe she’ll like me again. – Sammy Madison loves you. – But she doesn’t like me. – What do you mean? – She’s never home anymore
unless you make her. – Being 11, a girl in
middle school isn’t easy. – Neither is being nine,
a boy, and being stupid. – Sammy you are not stupid. – Madison says. – When did she say that? – Yesterday on the phone. She was talking to
one of her friends. She said she couldn’t
go to the movies because she has to baby
sit her stupid brother. – Sammy sometimes people
say things without thinking. She didn’t mean that. Besides you watch
someday Madison is gonna see just
how smart you are. – But I’m not. – Yes you are very smart. – I know I’m smart
but I’m not a baby. – You will always be my baby. – So which one should
we pick next Sam? – Sam. It is Sam? – What? – Your name, isn’t it Sam? – Yes, Sam. – Oh good. Thought I was gonna have to
address you by your shoe size. Are you just gonna stand
there or are you gonna help? – I don’t know what to do. – Of course you don’t. That’s the trouble
with kids today. They don’t how to do anything
but book their face and twit. Get over here, come here. Come on. Now put these on. They’ll keep the
manure off your hands. – Manure? – You know animal dung. Poop. Oh don’t give me that look. It’s perfectly natural. Look the plants need
nutrients in order to grow. And plants get nutrients
from what animals eat and that eventually
turns into manure. And without it plants don’t grow and you my friend don’t eat. Where did you think
produce comes from? – The grocery store. – The grocery store what a. What do they teach
you in school? – I worked there. – Where? – The grocery store back home. – Oh yeah, I see. Well now you know
where the groceries that you bagged came from. – From poop? – Yeah and they also need
water so get to work. (bell ringing) – So Sam how’s your ice cream? – It’s good, thanks Roy. – It’s well deserved. We had a very good
morning in the garden. – Sorry about cutting
the zucchini vine. – You had to bring
that up right? Don’t worry about it. It could have been a weed
it’s an honest mistake. – I make a lot of mistakes. – Sam who doesn’t? The key is to learn from
them and then move on. – Everyone’s so much smarter. – Oh Sam is that
what you believe? (grunting) Oh no no. You like to watch
thunderstorms right? – I guess. – Now when a thunderstorm
is rolling in first you see a
flash of lightening. And then a few seconds later
you hear the boom right? – Right. – Well that’s because light
moves faster than sound. You see it before you hear it. And the way I look
at it the same thing could be said about some people. I mean some people
may appear bright. Until they open
their mouths, boom. Then you know the truth. Your cone’s dripping. – Come on pick up. Sam? Sam where are you? Just give me a call back now. (grunting) – Still no answer? – No and I said I would call. – Why don’t you just go home? – No no I’m fine. He can take care of himself. I’ve got to get these done. What do you think of this one? No this way. – It’s nice. – Nice? It’s not finished yet. – Frankly it’s
missing something. – Missing? What’s it missing? – I think you not knowing
what’s missing is the problem. – Joan I don’t have
time for your riddles. – Madison ever
since I’ve met you what’s impressed
me about your work is that when I look
at it I see you, your feelings, your heart. It’s missing you. (doorbell rings) I’ll get it. – Heart? Feelings? Want to see me? You know want to know
what I’m thinking? I’ll show you. You want to see my heart? There, finished. – Madison you have a visitor. – I can come back another time. – No it’s okay, come in. – Call if you need me. – It’s nice to see you again. – I’m sorry do I know you? – Oh yeah, I’m Pastor
Jason Bridges from church. – Oh right. Sorry I didn’t recognize
you without the… – You mean without the uniform. – Something like that. Hi. – Hi. – Oh sorry. Let’s have a seat. – Oh thank you. This has a dadaist
quality to it. You know a little
bit of futurism with the destruction there. – What did you need Pastor? – Oh I’m sorry. I just wanted to follow up on your visit to our
church on Sunday. – Oh right. Look I’m sorry that my
brother disrupted service but please know that
it won’t happen again. – No, no actually
I want to apologize that we didn’t make the
service easier for you and Sam. I didn’t realize that he’s– – He’s what? Is he a special needs person? – No, no. That he’s a person
with special needs. Pastor James filled me in on all that’s happened
to your family. I’m so sorry about your mother. – Isn’t it a sin to gossip? – Look he, I, both of us
just want to be able to help. – That’s nice but we’re okay. Everything is good. – I see. I hope you’ll consider coming
back to worship with us again. – I don’t think
that’s a good idea. At least not right now. – Well it’s an open invitation. – Pastor. Don’t read too much
into the evidence left by moments of frustration. – I won’t. And I hope you
won’t read too much into the failed attempt
of a congregation to well welcome someone the way Jesus
would have welcomed them. Well thanks for
your time Madison. Have a blessed day. (sighs deeply) (police radio chattering) – So here’s a list of
everything they took. They took my laptop. They cleared out our coolers. They took all of our cash. – It’s the same M.O. that we had with Don’s hardware
store last week. – Fort Barber just isn’t
what it used to be. – Brittany Wells,
Channel Seven News. – Oh hey Roy? – May I ask you a few questions? – Oh hi Bill what’s going on? – Looks like another
gang related burglary. – Again? – Yeah it’s the fifth
one in the last month. – Any ideas who? – No but I got to tell you. The chief is getting a whole lot of anxious about this going on. – Yeah I bet. – Excuse me son. You need to be on
this side of the tape. – Sam come away from there. – Pro Wind sport shoe. – Excuse me? – This shoe print
it’s a Pro Wind sport shoe men’s size
eight and a half. – Really? – And this one is a Dash
high top men’s size 11 with a slash or a cut
running across the sole from the big
toe down the center. Like those shoes. – Let’s get out of here. – You two stop. Grady those are suspects. 711 my partner’s
in foot pursuit. – [Radio] What’s
that cut through? – [Bill] Yeah I’m
running over there now. (siren blares)
(Sam grunting) – Excuse me, Brittany Wells
with channel seven news. May I ask you a few questions? – I’m Sam. Nice shoes. – Thanks. So Sam how do you feel about
solving the crime spree? – I’m hungry. – There’s your scoop. Alright good. Hamburger number two for
our growing young man. Here you go Sam. You know it’s been a
long time since I’ve seen this apartment look
this clean and neat. – I doubt Madison will
notice either way. – Yeah probably not. So how was that first burger? Was it to your liking? – Perfect. – Good ’cause I made the
second one exactly the same. So tell me Sam what is it
with your interest in shoes? – Shoes don’t lie. – What do you mean by that? – Boots, flip flops,
deck shoes, loafers, pumps, sandals,
sneakers, wing tips, steel toe, no toe, polished
or unpolished shoes, loose laces, no laces, Velcro, they all tell me
what a person’s like. – Really? – I can tell where
a person’s been. Sometimes where they’re going, how old they are and what
they do for a living. – What do my shoes
tell you about me? – You step in poop a lot. (laughing) – Well that’s an understatement. – What do you do for a job? – Job, oh no I’m retired. I did work for the
federal government. – Were you a politician? – Absolutely not. – Were you a spy? – No no nothing like,
well there was that… No no I worked for the
United States Postal Service. – What? – The Postal Service. – You were a mail carrier. – Well not just a
mail carrier Sam. I have you know I
was the Postmaster right here in Fort
Barber for 32 years. – Cool I guess. – Cool you guess? Your right, postal service
is not what it used to be. You’re too young to know but the postal service
used to be glamorous. – You’re kidding. – No no really. Used to be in the old
days people would wait for the mail carrier
to come to their house. I mean when they saw the
mail carrier on their street their heart would race,
their pulse would speed up. – Why? – Why? You never knew what they might be delivering to your mailbox. I mean it could be a
hand written letter from a friend or relative
you haven’t seen for years. You know people used
to write letters. (grunting) Maybe it’s a
postcard from someone visiting an exotic
or far away place. Maybe it’s a Christmas catalog
from your favorite store. Or even a note from someone
expressing their undying love. Now nobody mails anything
of importance anymore. Just bills, and junk
mail and more bills. People are too busy texting,
and facing, and twitting. Say I’ll tell you something. You know your shoes,
you know your shoes. I bet you can’t do
this, name a town. Go ahead name a town,
any town anywhere. – Green Bay. – The zip code in Green
Bay, Wisconsin is 54313. That was too easy
give me a hard one. – Branson, Missouri. – Branson, 65615. Is that all you got, come on. – Yakima, Washington. – Oh good one Yakima is 98901. Not bad huh? I tell you I was
the MVZ in region five for eight straight years. – MVZ? – Most Valuable Zipper. Come on try to stump me. (upbeat music)
(metal banging) (Madison grunting) – Sam? Sammy are you home? – Guess who’s home? – Sam. Where’s your phone? – In my room. – In your room. I’ve been trying to
call you all day. – I didn’t want to lose it. – Sam I told you I was gonna
call you and check up on you. I’ve been worried sick. How do you expect me
to get my work done if I’m sitting there
worrying about you? For all I now you could
have been in Toledo now. – Toledo, 43601. (laughing) – What’s so funny? – Oh nothing Madison. – Madison. – Wisconsin or Alabama? – Alabama. – 35756. (laughing) (Madison clears throat) I’m sorry it was my fault. Sam was with me all day. – What were you two doing? – Nothing much just hung around. Just hung around huh? – Earlier today local
resident Sam Gray solved a crime spree by
identifying shoe prints belonging to local gang members. The crime took place
here late last night. – Hey Roy we made the news. – [Brittany] This is Brittany
Wells reporting for channel– – So solving gang related crimes
now is just hanging around. – Well yes it is if
you’re a shoeper hero. (laughing) – Just keep up the jokes. – Sorry, listen why
don’t you sit down? You want something to eat?
– No. – How ’bout a drink? – Sam don’t start with me. And Roy how ’bout the
next time the two of you decide to pair up
as the dynamic duo how ’bout you give me
the common courtesy of calling and letting
me know where Sam is. – I can take care of myself. – Oh really? Then how ’bout you prove it. I’m sorry about the trash can. I’ll replace it okay. – That’s fine Madison. – Goodnight. – What do Madison’s
shoes tell you about her? – She’s high maintenance. – Fair enough. Hey listen I think we had
enough fun for one night. I’ll help you clean up. – I got it Roy. – Okay. Goodnight Sam. – Goodnight Roy. ♪ There will be times ♪ ♪ When you don’t know
where you’re going ♪ ♪ There are times when you
don’t where you’ve been ♪ ♪ But in all times there is
one thing you can count on ♪ ♪ And that’s the love
our savior gives to all ♪ ♪ So may he dry your tears ♪ ♪ May he calm your fears ♪ ♪ His love will carry you
through all your
deepest trials ♪ ♪ And as you walk that road
and press on to that goal ♪ ♪ May you live your life
just one day at a time ♪ (acoustic piano music) ♪ When life has filled your
waking hours in shadow ♪ ♪ And when that road only
seems to run up hill ♪ ♪ Turn to the one who will
stand with you for all time ♪ ♪ Whose sacrifice has
made our lame feet run ♪ ♪ So may he dry your tears ♪ ♪ May he calm your fears ♪ ♪ His love will carry
you through all your
deepest trials ♪ ♪ And as you walk that road
and press on to that goal ♪ ♪ May you live your life
just one day at at time ♪ (acoustic piano music) ♪ And may he dry your tears ♪ ♪ May he calm your fears ♪ ♪ His love will carry
you through all your
deepest trials ♪ ♪ And as you walk that road
and press on to that goal ♪ ♪ May you live your life
just one day at at time ♪ ♪ ‘Cause worry carries away
the hopes you have today ♪ ♪ Put the burdens and the
worries of your life ♪ ♪ Into his hands ’til you know ♪ ♪ It’s by God’s grace
that you’ll go ♪ ♪ Living out your life
just one day at a time ♪ – I would say an eight. – Nope eight and a half. – Well I was close. – Not close enough. – Sam you are
gonna clean me out. (phone beeping) – My phone. My sister wants to know if
we are behaving ourselves. (laughing) – So much for bungee jumping
off the City Hall clock tower. Don’t tell her that. – I’m not. – What are typing? – That we’re spending an
afternoon in the park. – Good. – [Sam] Gambling. – Gambling. Rambling should do
well in the football– Don’t tell her that. – Why not? – Well we’re not gambling we’re doing research. – Research? – Yeah yeah tell her that. Now concentrate what about her? – A five. – A five? You’re kidding. – No a five. – Wrongo, she is
definitely a 10. – No way. – Hey pal I don’t
make the rules. – Excuse me. – No no Sam. – [Sam] Lady? – Yeah. – My friend thinks you’re a 10. – Really? – I say you’re a five. – Really? Where’s your friend? – Oh he’s right over… Roy? Wait. I can measure you. – Sam. – Roy? – Sam get over here. What are you doing? You can’t tell a
woman she’s a five. – Why not it’s true? – Let’s get out of here. Wait you actually own
one of these things? – Yeah why? – Nevermind, nevermind let’s go. – [Sam] Roy look. – Sam I am done looking
for one day let’s go. – But Roy. – What’s so important? Oh a shoe drive. Sounds like a job for
Shoeperman, come on. (clears throat) – Sam. – Good morning. – No. – No what? – No I’m not taking
you to church. – But it’s Sunday. – But nothing. You remember what
happened last Sunday? – I was a little awkward
in my new surroundings. – Awkward yeah. Well I for one don’t need
awkward I need sleep. – But Roy said he would help. – Fine then have Roy
take you to church. – But Mom and I would
go together every week. – Well in case you haven’t
noticed I’m not Mom. – I’ve noticed. – I’m sorry to disappoint you. I can’t fill her shoes. (acoustic guitar music) – Ah well? – She’s not coming. – Oh okay then. Madison doesn’t know we
won’t give up does she? Come on we don’t
want to be late. – Good morning Roy. – Morning Phil. You remember Sam here don’t you? – Yes, good morning Sam. Say I saw your
picture in the paper. Nice job catching
those hoodlums. – Thanks. – Say Phil you don’t mind if Sam hangs on to his backpack do you? – Oh no that’ll be fine. – Great thanks, come on. Sam Sam why don’t
we sit over here? – Good morning. – Morning. – Joe. – Roy? – Yes. – Now? – No no not yet. – Good morning. – [Both] Good morning. – We begin our worship
today in the name of the Father, the Son, and
the Holy Spirit, amen. Let us join in the singing of
our first hymn, number 221. (loud organ music) (muted organ music) You remember I made the
same reference last week so for those of you who
were awake last week you’ll see how this
week fits in to that. And so my friends– – That’s the cue. – What cue? – Whenever he’s
getting ready to end the sermon he says
and so my friends. – Created in Christ
Jesus to do good works which God prepared in
advance for us to do. Amen. – See. – Now Roy? – No no no, hold on, hold on. – Congregation you may rise. Now we have just a
few announcements. The youth group
will meet for pizza and a movie on Friday evening
in the fellowship hall. And also the stewardship
committee meeting was changed from Tuesday
to Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Any other announcements? – [Sam] Now? – Now. – I have one Pastor! – It figures. – Yes Sam. – There is a shoe drive
being held in our town. Kind of like a shoe-a-thon. – There’s a python
loose in our town? – I believe he said shoe-a-thon. – What? – Nevermind. – Shoes are being
collected for the needy. If you have shoes
that are in good shape but you no longer use them please bring them
to me next Saturday. I will be at River Park
from noon until 8:00 p.m. Thank you. – Thanks Sam. I think that’s a
great way for us to get involved
with the community. – Who’s doing the eulogy? – It’s okay. – Nice job. (upbeat music) ♪ Started out life had
to have it my way ♪ ♪ Don’t tell me to wait ♪ ♪ I found the world just
doesn’t revolve around me ♪ ♪ Created for the glory
of the King of kings ♪ ♪ I sure missed my call ♪ ♪ I’m here to live out
my life for his name ♪ ♪ ‘Cause in Jesus I find grace ♪ ♪ You are my joy ♪ ♪ You are my peace ♪ ♪ You are my hope ♪ ♪ My savior God ♪ ♪ Carried along by
the winds of my day ♪ ♪ I don’t always see him ♪ ♪ The moments in my life
where my soul turns gray ♪ ♪ Blowing like a reed
swaying in the wind ♪ ♪ Give me a strong foundation ♪ ♪ I need to find
a shelter again ♪ ♪ ‘Cause in Jesus I know I can ♪ ♪ You are my joy ♪ ♪ You are my peace ♪ ♪ You are my hope
my savior God ♪ ♪ You are my joy
you are my joy ♪ ♪ You are my peace
you are my peace ♪ ♪ You are my hope
you are my hope ♪ ♪ My savior God my savior God ♪ ♪ In the manger you were born ♪ ♪ A path to calvary was formed ♪ ♪ To save the world
from death and sin ♪ ♪ That all might find
truth and forgive ♪ ♪ Yay though I walk through
the shadow of death ♪ ♪ I will fear no ill ♪ ♪ You walk through
the valley beside me ♪ ♪ When the road is long
and the sun is dark ♪ – [Mary] What time is it? – Quarter to five. – Sammy why don’t you join them? You love kickball. – No thank you. – Why not? – I’m not very good. – Who says? – They do. – I see. – Mom why don’t I matter? – You matter very much. – You have to say
that you’re my mother. – No I have to say
that because it’s true. Sammy God doesn’t make mistakes. God made you just the
way you are for a reason. – No one sees me. – They will. What do we say? Let your light shine– – So that they may know
the hope that we have. – That’s right. It’s almost dinner time. Are you getting hungry Sammy? Sammy? – [Roy] I said are you hungry? – Hi Roy. – Hi Sam. Got you a hot dog. Hope you like
mustard and ketchup. – Sure thanks. I thank you God
for this food amen. – Amen. So how’s business? – Not so good. But there’s still
three hours left to go. I think everybody’s just
waiting ’til the last minute. – Oh yeah probably. Pastor Bridges did bring over
a pair of his running shoes. – Ooh those are bright. Oh I see another pair
over there that’s good. – Those are mine. I was trying to prime the pump. – Smart entrepreneur. – Doesn’t seem to be working. – Oh that reminds me. Here you go Sam. – These are great. Men’s black dress shoe
size 11 and a half. – What’s wrong Sam? – You wear a size nine,
these aren’t yours. – No no their Tom’s. – Tom? – My brother. – I didn’t know
you have a brother. – Had. You see Sam I haven’t lived in that big old house
all by myself. That’s the house where I
grew up with my brother Tom. And then when my mother
and father passed away I inherited the house
complete, complete with Tom. You see Tom was… – Like me. – Yeah in many ways like you. And he lived with
me in the house until he died and that
was eight years ago. Since then it’s just
been me rattling around in that big old house
so a few years ago I decided to convert the
upstairs to an apartment and a year ago your
sister moved in. Honestly Sam I don’t
think I have had a dent free trash can since. – What about a wife? – What? Oh no I never married. – Why not? – Well. It wasn’t ’cause
I didn’t want to or didn’t have the opportunity. I mean back in the
day I was one of Fort Barber’s most
eligible bachelors. Bobby Collins and me. See Bobby had been
the quarterback of
the football team. But what I lacked in brawn
I made up for in brains. I remember there was this
one time I tricked him out… Anyway I just decided it would
be better if I didn’t marry. – How come? – The truth? – I didn’t want
to have children. I was afraid that
if I had a child he or she would be like Tom. – Like me. – Yeah. – You’re smart Roy. – Oh no Sam, Sam I am not smart. No, far from smart. And you know why? Sam I would have been
blessed beyond belief to have had a child
just like you. – Thanks Roy. – No thank you my friend. Well. Why don’t we head home? – No I said I would be here
until 8:00 p.m. I should stay. – Oh okay I’ll wait with you. – No no I got this Roy. – Okay. Sure. Goodnight Sam. – Goodnight. Roy? – Yeah Sam. – Thanks for the hot
dog and for Tom’s shoes. – Bye Tom. (all talking at once) – What do we have here? – Looks like we got a hero. – Yeah? We got us a real hero? Lucky us. Good thing you guys
got out in time so we could congratulate him. – What do you got
in the box hero? – Shoes. I’ve been collecting
them for the poor. Do you want to make
a contribution? – Yeah we got something for you. – Yeah, Sam was it? – Yes. – Yeah well Sam you
know the way you ID’d these guys from
their shoe prints wow. We were thinking that you
should have their shoes. – You shouldn’t steal. – I know I know,
it’s societies fault. Wasn’t I just saying that? – All the time. – I mean kids what are
you gonna do right? I mean they’re constantly
doing things they shouldn’t. Like you for instance walking
around here alone after dark. – Or putting up signs all
over town telling everyone that you’re gonna be in
that park collecting shoes. – [Thug] It’s a shame. – I have to go. – Yeah. You do. Sam that trick with the shoes
though that was impressive. We want to help you. We want to help you
identify us later so we’re gonna leave you
a few more shoe prints all over your body. (punches landing) Hit him go on. Get him, get him. Alright get him up. (spray paint can rattling) (paint spraying) (horn honking) Lets go. (club music playing) – [Mary] Sammy? – I’m here. – [Mary] Come here. (heart beating) – [Madison] Sam. Sam. Sam can you hear me? – Let’s proceed to room four. We’ll be with you in one moment. – I’m sorry you
need to wait here. – I want to go with him. – We’ll come get you as
soon as possible I promise. (somber music) – Sam I’m sorry. So sorry. (somber music) (monitor beeping) – [Roy] How is he? – Doctor says he’ll make it. Couple of bruised ribs. Knee is pretty messed up. Slight concussion. They don’t think there’s
any internal bleeding but he’ll be here just a few
days just to be sure. – And how are you doing Madison? – When we were kids Sam
needed a lot of attention. – Sometimes at your expense? – Our mom loved us both. She did the best
she could under some really difficult circumstances. – But? – But I had to… – Take a backseat? Go with the flow? Step aside? – What were you there? – You could say that. – I rebelled. – Oh I see. – Not in the way that you think. I didn’t do anything bad. In fact I tried to
be good, really good. – At what? – Everything, you name it. My grades, art, sports, dance, the student government,
ag club, drama. – Driving? – Okay maybe not everything. (monitor beeping) Not that it seemed
to matter much. The grades, the
first place medals, the applause, scholarships,
whatever it was. Oh that’s nice Madison but did
you see what Sam did today? Where Sam went today? Oh Madison listen
to Sam tell you the story about the
shoes he saw today. I hate shoes. One year I went barefoot
for an entire summer just for the hope
that Sam wouldn’t be
able to recognize me. – But eventually you had
to put your shoes back on. – Yeah. Made it easier to run though. – And enter Fort Barber. – And freedom. Finally I had control. I made the choices, the
decisions right or wrong. I had a life. ‘Til one day I
answered the phone and was sentenced
to being my mom. – Without the hope of parole. – I was gonna have to be
her for the rest of my life. (monitor beeping) On my way up here I caught
myself thinking that maybe it would be
better if Sam died. After all he’d be better
off in Heaven right? – Well we all will be someday. – Someday. But not today. When I saw him I realized
how foolish I had been to think that Sam was
God’s curse on my life. Sam taught me that
it’s not all about me. – Well now that is freedom. – Actually Sam has been
a blessing in my life. – Yeah yeah I have to admit it. I’ve been feeling
blessed myself. And not just because
Sam is in my life. But because you
are there as well. (laughing) – Yeah right. – It’s true. Well except for the loss of the occasional
garbage can or two. – [Madison] Or three. – Okay fine but I’m
very serious Madison. You have a brought a breath of fresh air into
that old house. And it is one that I
would greatly miss. – This seems like a good time to ask for an extension
on my lease. – Oh it could be. – At a reduced rate? – Let’s not get carried away. (knocking on door) Yeah? – Excuse me. I’m sorry sir but
visitors aren’t allowed. – Oh okay. – It’s okay he’s family. – Very good then. – [Intercom] All nurses
to the nurses station. – Thanks Roy. – For what I didn’t do anything. – You’re here. (monitor beeping) – Maybe today wasn’t
so bad after all. – Maybe not Sam. – How long have you been awake? – Long enough to hear
you wished I was dead. – That’s not what I said. – I know. Besides there might
have been a few times I wished the same
thing about you too. – Really? – Where’s my backpack? – It’s right here Sam. (acoustic piano music) – Scripture says love your
God with your whole heart, soul, and mind and to love
your neighbor as yourself. Now it would be very
easy to go through life if it was all about
our outward actions. But it’s not just
about our actions only. It’s about loving your neighbor and taking care of
their needs as much as you take care of your own. Roy what’s wrong? – No no I’m sorry to disrupt
the service everybody. – That’s quite alright. – No on second thought
you know I think we’ve all kind of gotten used to having our services
disrupted especially over the last couple of weeks
by a young fella named Sam. Let’s carry on the tradition. I’m late because I
was visiting Sam. He’s in the hospital. – Roy what’s wrong with Sam? – Got the snot beaten out of
him by some kids in an alley. He was in the park collecting
shoes for the needy. Remember he told us
about that last week? He didn’t get a lot of
shoes but he did get a lot more than
he bargained for. Hey look I’m not telling you any of this to make you feel guilty. I mean we all know
that God has done and is doing more
for us than we ever do for him or for
any of our neighbors. It’s just that I
know that I for one have fallen into
the trap of thinking that if I sit in a pew in
church every week I’m good. And I realize that
coming to church alone makes me a Christian
just about as much as standing in the
garage makes me a car. Yeah Sam is a person with
special needs that’s true. And that might make
us uncomfortable. But I’ll tell you I’ve
lived in this town and I’ve been a
member of this church for a long long time
and I can’t think of a single person I’ve met who
didn’t have a special need. It’s just like a wise young man
once told me some of us have our special needs on the
outside for everybody to see. Some of us bury them
deep in the inside. I’m sorry I’ve said
too much forgive me. But I do want you
to pray for Sam. And pray for me too that because the love that God has
shown me I can find ways to share that love with others. And I’ll pray the
same for all of you. – Amen. (acoustic piano music) – Are you comfortable Sam? – Yes thank you. Madison where’s Roy? – I don’t know. I told him you were
being discharged at 10. – He said he would come right? – That he did. Don’t worry Sam he’s probably
just stuck in traffic. – In Fort Barber? – Good point. – My backpack. – Oh, here you go. Think I’m just gonna
call real quick. – Hi guys, it’s a beautiful
day why don’t we walk? – Hey Roy? – Hi, or wheel? I’ll take over. – Take care now Sam. – Where are we going? – Wherever the trail leads us. – Trail? – Look Madison. – [Madison] Roy what’s going on? – Let’s find out. ♪ A journey of 1000 miles ♪ ♪ Begins with a first step ♪ ♪ The finish line
seems far away ♪ ♪ The road keeps
going on and on ♪ ♪ ‘Til it seems
to touch the sky ♪ ♪ Will I have the
strength to climb ♪ ♪ When all I really want is
to climb above the clouds ♪ ♪ To rise above the– ♪ (whistle blows) – Thank you Officer Bill. – Howdy Sam. – Join us. – Okay. ♪ Beyond these childish ways
into your guiding light ♪ ♪ Oh give me the
strength to climb ♪ ♪ Climb the mountain higher up ♪ ♪ In the guiding
hands of Jesus ♪ ♪ You will see him lift you up ♪ ♪ This life’s uncertain
but we know for sure ♪ ♪ That our faith
in Jesus Christ– ♪ – Hello, mind if I join you? – The more the merrier come on. ♪ Hallelujah ♪ ♪ Hallelujah ♪ (upbeat music) ♪ As you climb this
mountain side ♪ ♪ And you tremble at the– ♪ – Look Madison the
doors are open. – [Madison] Why
yes they are Sam. – Hi Pastor. – Hey Roy. Hey Sam. I know it’s not Sunday but would you mind coming in
the church for a minute? – Well what are we waiting for? – Stay right there I’ll
wheel you around to the ramp. – No I want to walk in. ♪ To put aside your
foolish pride ♪ ♪ To stand and run the race ♪ ♪ To look for me in every need
every moment of your life ♪ ♪ I will give you the
strength to climb ♪ ♪ Climb the mountain higher up ♪ ♪ In the guiding hands of Jesus
you will see him lift you up ♪ ♪ This life’s uncertain
but we know for sure ♪ ♪ That our faith
in Jesus Christ ♪ ♪ Will lead us to
the father’s door ♪ ♪ We sing hallelujah ♪ ♪ Hallelujah ♪ (acoustic piano music) – Sam. Your friends got
together and decided they’d like to make
a little contribution to your shoe-a-thon
if it’s not too late. (acoustic piano music) – Bye Mom. Thank you. You’re all very special people. – And all God’s people said… – [All] Amen. (all clapping) (knocking on door) – You still up? – Madison did you know that we
collected 832 pairs of shoes? – 836 pairs. I just went through my closet. – Thanks Madison. I love you. – I love you Sam. Hey Sam. (laughing) – Really? – Sorry. – Hey Madison? – Yeah Sam? – Can you close my door? – Are you sure? – Yes. – Okay, goodnight. – Hey Madison. – Yes Sam? – Maybe leave it
open just a crack. – Sure thing. (camera clicks) ♪ Climb the mountain higher up ♪ ♪ In the guiding
hands of Jesus ♪ ♪ You will see him lift you up ♪ ♪ This life’s uncertain
but we know for sure ♪ ♪ That our faith
in Jesus Christ ♪ ♪ Will lead us to
the father’s door ♪ ♪ He’s climbed the
mountain higher up ♪ ♪ In the guiding
hands of Jesus ♪ ♪ You will see him lift you up ♪ ♪ This life’s uncertain
but we know for sure ♪ ♪ That our faith
in Jesus Christ ♪ ♪ Will lead us to
the father’s door ♪ ♪ And we sing hallelujah ♪ ♪ Hallelujah ♪ – Madison I don’t know how you
did it but you pulled it off. These really have… – Heart. – Yes heart. – Well I was inspired. – How is Sam? – Strong. Do you know what he said to me when he first saw
the photographs? – Ever heard of color? – No. He said you have opened the door to help people see the
pictures inside my head. – Wine. – Thank you. – Cheers. – What was that about? – You know Madison
I don’t think Sam is the only one who
could benefit from taking a look inside themselves. – Joan– – Do you remember
when I told you that I haven’t seen talent
like yours since me? – I remember. – We have a lot more in
common than just our talent. Let me help you okay. – Okay. Thank you. Cheers. – Joan did you tell her? – Not yet Sam. I was waiting for my speech. – Tell me what? – It’s about your photographs. – What about them? – They sold. – Really which one? – All of them. – Pastor Bridges who can’t
keep a secret apparently. – Sorry I’m used to
sharing good news. – Will someone please
share it with me? – Anonymous buyer wants to
keep the collection together and has offered to buy them all. – You’re kidding. – And he’s paying full
price for each one. – Congratulations Madison. – Thank you. – Madison I pray that
they make a difference in peoples lives as
you have in mine. – You have in mine
Sam, thank you. – You know what? – What? – I’m hungry. (all laughing) – Come on Sam, let’s go fill up. – Look. No no don’t look. Neil Sterling, he has
a vacation home here, but more importantly
he has galleries in New York, Chicago, L.A. Time to mingle and Madison
start making copies. – Okay Joan. How about a numbered
limited edition? – Great idea. – Neil it’s so
nice that you came. – I wonder who bought them. – Well obviously somebody
with very good taste. – It means the
world that you came. – Of course. – I know you had to deal with
a less than ideal tenant. You listened to Sam
when no one else would. Including me. – Madison I just did
what anybody would do. – You did what
everybody should do. – Yeah well tell you the truth
I had an ulterior motive. – You did? – Yeah you see I thought
that if I was nice to you maybe you would consider
going into business with me. – Business? – You see I’ve come
up with this design for a really mod and
trendy flower planter. But the problem is I can’t
produce it all by myself. I need your help. – Really? – Really, I made a prototype. You want to see it? It’s right over here. – Sure. – Now keep an open mind but… Isn’t that great? I mean the vessel
may be imperfect but God’s works are always perfect. – Well I’m pretty
sure I can provide you with some more
imperfect vessels. – And I’m sure that God
will provide the rest. – Thanks for taking me to lunch. – My pleasure. I didn’t know Fort Barber had
so many great restaurants. – Well see what
you’ve been missing? Stick with me kid and
we’ll hit them all, often. – Well in that case this
walk was a good idea. I am stuffed. – [Roy] Thank you very much. I’m sure we’ll see you again. See you. (engine cranking) – Come on. – Oh hey guys come here. Where have you been? I have big news. – We can see that. – [Sam] Open house? – Yeah yeah. I realized it was
finally time for this old place to
see a new purpose. – You should have told us if
you’re thinking about selling. – Selling? I’m not selling. – Than what was with
the Real Estate people. – Oh no those weren’t realtors. They were from the agency. – The CIA? – No. – The FBI? – No don’t jump to– – Roy what’s going on? – And you bring the
CIA and the FBI. – Roy, Roy what’s going on? – Oh this is what’s going on. I’ve decided I’m going
to open up a day center where people with
special needs could come and I was hoping
spend time with me and my now Program
Assistant Sam. And maybe take some
classes with my new in house Art Director Madison. So what do you guys think? Come on kids I’m kind
of out on a limb here. What do you say? I can’t do it without you. – I’m in. – Oh great, alright that’s one. – I’m in too. – [Roy] Alright terrific. – Two Shoes Day Center? – Yeah sure see
two shoes, T and S. As in Tom and Sam. – Roy– – Come on in the house I want
to show you two something. Now watch it’s still
a little wet there. But this is where
we’re gonna be doing the arts and crafts Madison. And then I thought I’d make
this into our game room. What do you think? (upbeat music) – You bought them. – Well sure those pictures
need to stay at home. – It’s time we opened the door. ♪ I wonder if you ever
tire of hearing from me ♪ ♪ And all my wants and
my needs and my pride ♪ ♪ When I walk past so
many opportunities ♪ ♪ Because they’re not
what I want for my life ♪ ♪ Ask and receive ♪ ♪ Though I don’t always
ask for what’s right ♪ ♪ Help me to seek you ♪ ♪ And finally step
into the light ♪ ♪ When you open the door
I pray that you find me ♪ ♪ As a child that is
seeking your face ♪ ♪ When you open the door
please give me the courage ♪ ♪ To walk through with
your mercy and grace ♪ ♪ When you open the door ♪ ♪ Seek ye first his kingdom
and his righteousness ♪ ♪ And all your needs
will be given to you ♪ ♪ As I struggle with the
worries and the plans of life ♪ ♪ Help me believe in
this promise and truth ♪ ♪ Seek and I’ll find the road
that will lead me to you ♪ ♪ And the path
that will take me ♪ ♪ To the doors you want
me to walk through ♪ ♪ When you open the door
I pray that you find me ♪ ♪ As a child that is
seeking your face ♪ ♪ When you open the door
please give me the courage ♪ ♪ To walk through with
your mercy and grace ♪ ♪ When you open the door ♪ ♪ Oh oh oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ When you open the door
I pray that you find me ♪ ♪ As a child that is
seeking your face ♪ ♪ When you open the door
please give me the courage ♪ ♪ To walk through with
your mercy and grace ♪ ♪ When you open the door
I pray that you find me ♪ ♪ As a child that is
seeking your face ♪ ♪ When you open the door
please give me the courage ♪ ♪ To walk through with
your mercy and grace ♪ ♪ You open the door ♪ ♪ When you open the door ♪ ♪ So open the door ♪ (upbeat music)

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