Good Joe Bell tells the story of a father learning to tell the whole world the true value of his son, even when it seemed too late.
Jadin (Reid Miller) suffers brutal homophobia at school and visible embarrassment at home from his father Joe (Mark Wahlberg). Jadin sees no other way out but suicide.
Joe could have been permanently broken by regret, but instead sets out on a mission. He will walk across America, speaking to school groups, communities, anyone who will listen, about the corrosive dangers of bullying.
|Writer(s):||Diana Ossana, Larry McMurtry|