Mark Justice, Jim Gloyd
Cameron Arnett, Jim Gloyd, Bishop Stevens, Ty Sheldon, John Wells, James "Buster" Douglas
Brucie, abandoned and left on the steps of the police station as a mere infant, was left with a future that consisted of seventeen foster homes. He begins to be influenced by his surroundings as a war for his soul wages. After a trip to church with his friend Suzy, things appear to be looking up for young Brucie until he is pulled from the grid against his will by the Cartel to do their bidding. By the time he breaks free from the Cartel’s stronghold, he is equipped with a heinous past and gambling addiction. He tries to go on in spite of his infirmities, but all seems lost as he loses his job and is evicted once again to be cast to the streets. In what seems to be a last-ditch effort, he takes everything he has left to the Casino for the grand wager. Instead, he loses everything and seems to be without hope until a man in white walks up and asks him if he would like to make a small wager. Brucie loses the wager and is mysteriously jolted back in time to see life from the eyes of those he brutally hurt. This experience will forever alter his broken life.