Manual Jordan (Thornton) is freed on parole after serving 19 years for killing a teenager during an attempted robbery. At the time, he was not much more than a teen himself. He attempts to find redemption and seeks a quiet, unremarkable life as well as Adele Easley (Hunter), the murdered man's sister. By sheer coincidence, he answers a pay telephone and gets a job working at a mission almost immediately upon his release. The enigmatic minister Miles (Freeman) has him immediately parking cars. There, he meets a young woman spinning out of control (Dunst) while he attempts to find a way to explain his actions and give a new life to his victim's sister.
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