"Flash" is an American film from 1997. It follows Conner, a boy who visits the same horse day-in and day-out with plans to buy it. Connor earns money toward his horse fund by delivering for his mom's business. When things run tough at home, Conner's father reenlists with the Merchant Marines to cover the mortgage and help his son buy Flash. While this seems like a shaky, if feasible, arrangement, Conner's father is forced overseas for nearly half a year. With his grandmother's health declining and the family facing eviction, Conner must assess just how much Flash matters to him.