Synopsis: PRICELESS is a powerful story of James Stevens who was, at one time, a good man with a great life -- but that was then and this is now. After the tragic death of his wife and losing custody of his little girl, James is at the darkest crossroad of his life. Angry, desperate, and unable to hold down a steady job, he agrees to drive a box truck on a shady, one-time trip cross country for cash -- no questions asked. But when he discovers what he is delivering is actually who, he is compelled to save two beautiful and frightened sisters who are unaware of the danger that awaits them. Can love, strength, and faith redefine his past and change the course of his future? This unlikely hero risks it all to save these women, confront the forces that oppose him and ultimately discover the life he was meant to live.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Ben Smallbone
Production: Radiate Films
97 min

We're all on a journey.

A road.

Full of delays, dead ends.

With bright and beautiful views,

and storm clouds

and darkness, too.

It seems somewhere along the way

I took a wrong turn

that led me somewhere

I didn't wanna go.

And now,

I'm just trying to

find my way back.

So, I'll keep on driving.

Keep on searching.

This is my journey.

In case you get thirsty

in the bathroom, huh?


It's so don't nobody

steal the key.

Yeah, I mean...

I got that.


You know what,

let me take one of these.

And, uh...

Put the rest towards the tank.

What you hauling there, son?


Yeah? Guess I gotta get me

some of that nothing to start hauling, huh?

It wasn't always this way.

I was a good man once.

A father.

A husband.

But I lost the woman I loved,

and I have myself to blame.

And ever since,

it's been hard to keep going.

Keep a job.

So they came

and they took my little girl away.

And now I'm a man in despair.

Desperation makes

you do funny things.

I told him I wouldn't

transport drugs.

He said,

"Don't ask, don't tell."

It was a simple job.

Just drive that truck.

Rain and hail or shine.

Straight through.

Those are their orders.

But what was I carrying?

And who was I meeting?

The questions haunted me.

I started hearing things,

seeing things.

I knew something wasn't right.

And then it happened.

And I never even saw it coming.

Hey, this is Chad.

- Leave a message.

- -Crap.

Hey, hey. Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Wait, wait, wait.

Okay, okay.

Do you speak any English?

Are you...

Are you hurt? Are you okay?

It's disgusting back here.

How long's it been?


You can ride in front

with me, if you clean yourselves off, okay?


No, no, no.

Calm... No, no, no.

Calm down. Calm down.


It will help keep you warm.

You know?

It'll help keep you Fuego.



Suit yourself.


No problemo.

Hey, we gotta stop for gas

and, no offense,

but you still...

You both kind of stink.

You can clean off

better in the el bao.


Let's go.

All right, no...

No talking to anyone.

Don't want anybody

to get in trouble.

Let's keep this quick.

Hey, hey, hey.

That dress is, uh...

Drying it off is not

gonna make it any better.

Go ahead. Take it.

It's on me.

Looks like it'll fit

and it's clean.

All right. Now, sure.

You get one, too.

Hurry up and change

while I pay. Okay?

- It's time to go.

- Hey, I'm not done talking

to the pretty girls, okay?

We gotta go.

I said no talking.

Get in.

Hey, Ma.


Emerson. Hey, sweetie.

Where's Grandma?

Taking a nap.

I called you.

You did. I see that.

When are you gonna come see me?

Well, I've been thinking.

How about in two days?


Shh. I'm coming close

to Grandma's town.

I was thinking I'd drop by.

How's that sound?

You're my favorite

out of everyone.

I wanna live with you again.

You're my favorite, too, kiddo.

I want to live with you as well.

Soon. Okay?

I love you, Daddy.

I love you, too,

and I miss you so much.

I miss you.


They think it would be better if you

went with Grandma for a little while.

But I want to

stay with you, Daddy.

I know, sweetie.

It's time, James.

Em, you ready to come inside

with Grandma, honey?

Come on, sweetie.

It's okay.

- So, come on.

- Come on.

It's okay.

I need you to be a big girl

for Daddy, all right?

Can you do that for me?

I love you.

I love you so much, sweetie.

It's all right.

You should feel lucky.

She's going to be

with your mother and not some stranger.

Good evening.

The three of you need a table?


A cheeseburger, please.

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