The Path of the Wind

Synopsis: As an ex-convict, Lee Ferguson's biggest desire is to leave his past behind and make a fresh start with Katie, his new love. But when Lee finds out Katie is a Christian, his pre-conceived ideas and her moral standards clash. Through engaging action and drama, this film explores temptation, sin, forgiveness and redemption, while helping seekers and believers understand one another!
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Doug Hufnagle
Production: Branding Irons Films
103 min

Welcome home, Lee.

Hey, Heidi!

Thanks for a managing


You're welcome.

Where's the car

I sent for you?

It's been ten years,

I felt like walking.

It's a nice town

to come home to.

I hope so.

House hasn't

changed a bit.

Still stuck

in the seventies.

Granddad like

to save his money.

I am so sorry

about his passing.

Anyway... um, did you hear

anything about the job?


His name is Joe Nelson.

He's a good friend of mine.

He's says you can start

whenever you like.

You sure you don't

want to take some time?

You don't need the money.

No, but I need the routine.

Well, let's go over the estate,

because I need to sit down.

Oh, I'm sorry!

Let's do that.

So, when are you due?

A couple of weeks.

Tina, have you seen Joe?

Yeah, he's back in the Deli. Why?

The guy's been

after me all day.

So, you think standing

around here's a good idea?

I just want

to see my girl.

It's the only time you

have for me, anyway.

College is a lot

of work, Eric.

I'm just saying!

You better hope Joe

doesn't see you.

I don't care.

It sounds like he's giving

this new guy my job away.

You don't know that, Eric.

I do a good

job for him.

Like standing here?

At least go

to the break room.

Am I gonna see

you tonight?

I have a

term paper due.

Alright, but you

owe me, big time!

Can I help you?

I'm looking

for Joe Nelson.

And you are?

Lee Ferguson.

Hang on.

Joe, I'm sending

Lee Ferguson back.

All the way back.

He's in the deli.


Mr. Nelson?


Thanks for coming by.

Yeah, I just wanted to stop

by and introduce myself.


Heidi's told me

all about you.

I'm glad you

decided to stop in.

I really appreciate this

opportunity, Mr. Nelson.

Hey, let's get one thing

straight right off the bat,

you come to work

for me, you call me Joe!

Fair enough.

So, what do you see?

I'm sorry?

When you look around,

what do you see?


It's a new beginning, Lee.

When you come to work, you

check your past at the door.

I can do that.


How do you feel

about produce?

I eat it.

Come on, I'll

show you around.

They were busy down

there today, man.

Yeah, with my hands down.


Hey, ah, both you guys supposed

to be taking a break right now?

No, I'm just looking

for my box cutter.


I like you to meet

Lee Ferguson.

This is Earl.

Hey, nice to meet you.

How you doing?

Joe's a good guy, man.

This is Eric.

Lee's gonna be

working produce.

So, you're the guy

taking my job?

He isn't taking

anything, Eric.

I'm giving him your job.

I'm not looking

to step on any toes here.

Too late for that, huh?

You know what,

go back to work, Eric!

Man, don't worry about him.

He ain't always like this.

Yeah, he is, and I'm

getting tired of it.

Come on.

Hey, nice meeting you.

Don't worry about Eric.

He's got a big mouth.

I don't have to do produce.

No, produce is yours Lee.

That's the way I want it.

Besides I like to rattle

Eric's cage now and then, anyway.

So, when were you

thinking of starting?

I figured Monday.

Saturday is our

busiest day.

Saturday's fine.


Lee, I think this is gonna

work out nicely.

Let's go see Tina

about that paperwork.

So, Joe's got you

bringing in carts too, huh?

Man, that kills me.


'Cause he'll never ask

Eric to get the carts.

I'm always the one

who's got to do it.

Now you're the new guy

and you got to do it too.

Well, you should ask Eric.


Man, it's easier

to do it myself.

You should say

something to him.

Man, I've tried.

Quit it, Vince!

I've changed!

I'll treat you better!

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