Frank Shankwitz (Andrew Steel), an Arizona motorcycle cop with a troubled past, survives a near-fatal accident during a high-speed pursuit. As part of Frank’s rehabilitation, police chief Sgt. Eddie Newman (Robert Pine) asks him to spend time with a terminally ill little boy, Michael (Christian Ganiere), whose dying wish is to be a Highway Patrol motorcycle officer. To Michael, Frank is a hero and an unlikely friendship is born. The boy inspires him to follow a new path, which leads to Frank falling in love with police secretary Kitty Carlisle (Kirby Bliss Blanton) and to being reunited with his long-lost father, Frank Sr. (Bruce Davison), whom he was separated from as a child by his mother (Fay Masterson). Remembering the small acts of kindness he received as a child by a goodhearted employer (Steven Michael Quezada) and the unconditional love of his father, Frank is inspired to pay it forward by creating the Make-A-Wish foundation.
One boy’s wish changed a man. One man’s wish changed the world. Based on the true story of Frank Shankwitz.
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Andrew Steele stars in the film as Frank Shankwicz. The film is produced by Greg S. Reid, and executive produced by Marc Gold. Bob Ziembicki who was the production designer of Academy Award winning Boogie Nights is the Production Designer.