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Faith Of Our Fathers

   John Paul George is a Meek postal service worker, who never met his father Stephen, who died in the Vietnam War. While rummaging through the garage of his recently
   deceased mother's house, John comes across a box of his father's war belongings and finds a letter mentioning 'Eddie J. Adams', his best friend from Vietnam. Curious,
   John starts calling people in the country with that name. He eventually comes across someone who seems to recognize the name. John travels to Mississippi, where he
   finds that the person he talked on the phone with was actually Edward's son, Wayne Adams. Wayne is an ill-tempered hermit. Wayne reveals that he has many letters
   from his father, most of which detail John's father, who helped him rediscover his Christian faith. Later that night, Wayne impulsively cuts the roof off his 1965 Ford
   Thunderbird to make it a convertible for a road trip. Confused and angered because his wedding to his fiancée Cynthia is in a matter of weeks, John protests the trip.
   He prefers to just read the letters at Wayne's house. However, Wayne is insistent that they go on the long and arduous road trip to visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
   in Washington, D.C., to see their fathers' names on The Wall and get closure. During the trip the two men repeatedly clash over many things, but they learn more about
   their fathers and themselves. Wayne gets into a fight with rowdy gas station patrons. He also forces John to pay him for the letters if he wants to read them.


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