A Warrior's Heart
- 1 hr 26 min
A Warrior's Heart is a romantic and sports drama film. The film's plot is derived from the story and screenplay written by author, Martin Dugard. A Warrior's Heart was released in the United States in 2011. The film stars Gabrielle Anwar, Adam Beach, Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz. In A Warrior's Heart, Kellan Lutz plays a popular lacrosse player named Conor Sullivan. Conor is not thrilled when his family moves to a new town and he finds himself being a new student at the local high school. He finds a new girlfriend in his classmate, Brooklyn, played by Ashley Greene, but has trouble finding his true purpose in life. Conor's father is Marine, who is redeployed to Iraq after Conor begins school. He is killed in combat, causing Conor to slip into a state of shock and anger and begin to behave self-destructively. His mother, Claire, played by Gabrielle Anwar, becomes incredibly worried about her son. Conor gets himself into an aggressive fight on the field with an old rival named Dupree, played by Chord Overstreet. Conor is later caught in a vandalism incident and ends up going to jail and being released from the lacrosse team. In an effort to reclaim his love for lacrosse, Conor attends a physically demanding training course in a lacrosse camp out in the woods. The camp is run under the guidance of his deceased father's war companion, Sergeant Major Duke Wayne, played by Adam Beach, who teaches Conor invaluable lessons on growing up and the importance of sportsmanship and compassion. A Warrior's Heart was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011, and released in theaters later that year. Most of the film was shot at Mayfield Senior School in Pasadena, California. A Warrior's Heart was produced by Steven Istock, Ed Richardson and Marc Spizzirri. The film was distributed by Camelot Entertainment. A Warrior's Heart runs for 95 minutes.