Stan Foster’s latest film, Preacher’s Kid interprets the harsh realities tagged to the seemingly glaring world of Hollywood. Every other day, the news that make the headlines speak about the growing inclination of the youth towards the glamorous world of celebs.
Today, nobody wants to go for medical, engineering or defense services, as the glitz of Hollywood has attracted one and all to such an extent that they see their future in that arena only. A number of youngsters flee from their homes daily and head towards Los Angeles to try their luck in the tinsel town. But life is not a cakewalk in the industry. Only a few succeed to make it to the screen, rest come back to their homes empty-handed. Angie, a small town girl leaves her house in search of name & fame. With a dream in her eyes, to emerge as a singing star, she moves to the world of celebrities, leaving behind her loving dad & the church she spent her childhood at. What follows next is not the story of an ordinary small town centered movie, but something really exclusive. Angie’s attraction towards the hunky star of a traveling gospel show takes her on the roads.
Like every other girl, she also goes through the heavenly feeling of romance and the pain of heartbreak, but it’s not the end.