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Film by Roseville director to screen at Tower Theater

“I Was Broken” tells tale of two brothers torn apart by tragedy
By: Staff Report
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Stand Out Talent is doing a one-night screening of a new faith-based film called “I Was Broken,” directed by Roseville native Kevin Haskin.

This is the third feature film by Haskin’s Kejo Productions. The movie “explores the indomitable human spirit,” according to a press release. The movie, approved for children age 12 and older, follows two brothers torn apart by tragedy.

The siblings begin as loving, hard-working men who believe in God, family and helping others, according to the release. But then, a tragedy shakes their belief system, and the brothers search for meaning, peace and understanding — each man handles this journey differently.

“I Was Broken” screens at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at Tower Theater, 417 Vernon St. in Roseville. The cost is $6 students/children and $10 adults. For more information on the film, visit www.iwasbroken.com.