Somebody’s Hero (2012)

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“Somebody’s Hero” is a 2012 American drama film directed by Darin Beckstead and starring Eric Roberts, Christopher Berry, and Kamala Jones. The film tells the story of a man named Dennis Sullivan (played by Christopher Berry), a down-on-his-luck musician who is struggling to make ends meet and provide for his daughter. One day, Dennis comes across a purse that has been left behind and decides to return it to its owner, a woman named Cathy (played by Kamala Jones).

Cathy is touched by Dennis’ honesty and kindness, and as she gets to know him better, she realizes that he is struggling and decides to help him. She offers him a job at her restaurant and helps him to reconnect with his estranged daughter. As Dennis begins to turn his life around, he becomes a hero to his daughter and to Cathy, who sees in him a man of integrity and courage.

Meanwhile, Dennis also forms a bond with a homeless man named Charlie (played by Eric Roberts), who teaches him important lessons about compassion and empathy. Together, they embark on a journey of self-discovery and redemption, and Dennis learns that sometimes the greatest heroes are the ones who are least expected.

The film deals with themes of poverty, homelessness, and the importance of kindness and compassion in difficult times. It was generally well-received by audiences and critics, who praised the performances of the cast and the film’s heartwarming message.

Duration: 81 min.

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