Relatively low-budget, though well-crafted, picture that uses a western setting to deliver a moralistic message. Reason plays a rugged minister who takes over the church in a broken-down town. The main source of income for its inhabitants stems from a mine owned by a former prostitute,
Gerson, who is bitter over the way the townspeople treated her in the past. She changes when three innocent children are trapped in the mine because of Gerson's neglect. The chidren are saved through a miraculous earthquake, motivating Gerson (encouraged by the ever-faithful Reason) to clean up
the town. The inspirational theme of the script, though a bit corny, is kept alive by inte...