Forever Young Trailer

Forever Young Trailer (1986)

29 January 1986

A lonely young boy idolizes his local priest. An old acquaintance of the priest shows up one day, and the boy learns that his idol isn't exactly what he seems to be--it turns out that many years before, the priest had betrayed his friend, and now his friend has come back for revenge.

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United States 29 January 1986

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