A film with several connections to Plymouth is now available on Video On Demand services.
Love and Honor, written by Plymouth Township screenwriter Jim Burnstein and based loosely on Plymouth Mayor Pro Tem Mike Wright's experience going AWOL during the Vietnam war, is hitting the Video On Demand circuit ahead of its March release in select theaters around the U.S.
The film had been available this month exclusively on DirecTV, but expanded its reach to most major television providers, including AT&T Uverse and Comcast, on Thursday.
The film stars Liam Hemsworth (The Hunger Games), Teresa Palmer (Warm Bodies), Austin Stowell (Dolphin Tale), Aimee Teegarden (TV's Friday Night Lights), Chris Lowell (The Help, TV's Private Practice) and former Michigan State basketball star-turned-actor Delvon Roe. Hemsworth's character, Mickey Wright, is based on Wright, who also served as a technical adviser on the film.