Until Forever

Synopsis: Until Forever: The Michael Boyum Story is a powerful, true account of one young man's courageous battle with leukemia and his journey of faith.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Michael Linn
Production: Linn Productions
  2 nominations.
100 min

(ethereal music)

- Yeah.

(camera clicking)

(ethereal music)

- Alright, ladies, let's

move to the sanctuary.

- I just, give me one second.


(somber music)

- Ready?


- Lord, give him strength.

(somber music)

(light guitar music)

- One, two, three,

four, five, six,

seven, eight, nine.

(ethereal music)

(kids laughing)

- 11.

- [Michael] 11.

- 12.

- [Michael] 12.

13, 14,

15, that's the number after 14, 16.

Alright, guys, you did good.

I'll see you next week, okay?

Good, get outta here.


- [Ben] Boom.

- Boom, baby.

- Yeah.

- [Michael] You gonna help

me out next week?

- [Ben] Of course.

- [Michael] Alright.

See you later.

- Good job, man, see you Monday.

- [Michael] Have a good week.

- You, too.

- [Michelle] I'm not

exactly sure when it was

that I fell in love with Michael Boyum.

- Hi, Michael?

- Yeah, you're Michelle,

uh, Danny's sister.

- [Michelle] When we met,

I don't think either of us

really knew what real love even was.

I did know he was cute.

Not quite as cute as he thought he was.

With those stunning blue eyes like

Leonardo DiCaprio from Titanic

and there was just something about him

that connected with me.

- It looked fun.

- Anyone can join if you're interested.

- Oh, that's, that's cool.

Um, yeah, I'll think about it.

- You're really gonna think about it?

- I promise.

- [Michael] 'Cause those

flyers are expensive.

- [Michelle] Oh.

- You'd be awesome at it.

We'll get you a GI and

teach you some moves,

you're gonna be a ninja

in, like, two weeks.

- My guns are huge.

I'm just kidding.

Okay, I'll see you, see you at school.

- Okay.

Hey, Michelle?

- Yeah?

- Uh, do you want to

uh, do you want to go

get a milkshake with me?

- Yeah.

- [Michael] Really?

- Yeah, sure.

- [Michael] Let's go

right now.

- [Michelle] Okay.

- Come on.

- [Michelle] It's a good thing

I'm not busy.

- [Michael] I know,

that would have been really awkward...

- You know what would have been weird?

If I'm like, oh, I've

actually got math homework.

- You do?

- [Michelle] No.

- Okay, good.

- [Michelle] Sure, it was just puppy love,

but we thought it was more.

We both got grief for it.

Don't you need your shoes?

- [Michael] I'm a ninja,

what do I need shoes for?

(Michelle giggles)

I love to see you smiling,

in the morning sun

It makes me realize

that you are the one

- We're gonna find it.

- [Michelle] No, we're not.

The internet says it's here.

Hey, buddy, give me one more second.

- Hey, guys, did you find

that geometry thing yet?

- It's a geocache, it's

treasure that people

put in a box from all over the world.

- Yeah, that's great, keep

going, keep going, farther.

- Here?

- 10 bucks says he drops it.

- 10 bucks says you

throw it off the bridge.

- Alright.

- Ow!

- [Matt] Can't catch! Perfect toss!


- Hey, uh, bro,

I think I found your treasure right here.


- Michelle, find the geocache.


- So, you two are officially going out?

- Yes.


- [Matt] Cradle robber.

- Two years, jerk, two years.

- A lot of girls date older boys.

- I don't know, somethin'

about him, he's too nice.

- [Michelle] Too nice?

- Yeah.

Boys his age have a one-track mind.

This nice-guy thing is just an act.

- Would you just let

the girl eat in peace?

- I have spoken.

- Ooh, a senior,

I'm just an itty-bitty sophomore,

helpless to your upper-classman charm.

- I really like her, she's a sweet girl.

And men should really date

women younger than them.

- Why's that?

- 'Cause women mature quicker than men.

The age difference balances it out.

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Michael Linn

Michael Jacob Linn is a professional poker player who won event number 49 at the 2010 World Series of Poker for $609,493. more…

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