In the ensuing years from losing her vocalist brother in a car crash, a young guitar prodigy comes into play - which is left to speculation that he could be a reincarnation of her late brother.
This movie starts off with the death of the lead sings of the band, Army of Love. It is very sudden and tragic. Even though I had only seen Vaughn, played by Levi Dylan, for a few minutes on screen, I was already captivated by him. He has a presence about him which made it easy to believe he was so loved and missed by the other characters.
The movie then jumps to ten years later and we see the fallout of Vaughn’s death. The band is no longer together, and the members don’t even seem to see each other often anymore. My immediate comparison is a they seemed to be a broken family. They had been so close before, and they let tragedy pull them apart instead of bring them together. And yes, it was heartbreaking to see.
However, they are brought back together again because of a ten year old boy who can play guitar and sing, just like the former front man. Vaughn’s sister is convinced he has be reincarnated into this little boy, and wants him to be the new front man for the band, Army of Love.
Who can blame her really because he is GOOD! I am not sure if the actor, Tommy Ragen, is really playing guitar, but I am pretty sure he is really singing. Talk about talent. Anyways, I don’t want to tell you what happens next because I want to avoid spoilers, but let’s just say there is a lot of heart in this film.