STEUBENVILLE A Feature Film written by Dave Joglar, Rich Wetzel, Lou Martini, Jr., and Toni D'Antonio
Steubenville: A small Ohio town bordering the Ohio River and West Virginia, a scant 30-minute drive from the Pennsylvania border. In the 1940s - 1960s, Steubenville earned the nickname "Little Chicago" for its gambling, brothels, and drug deals. Although famous as the birthplace of movie and vocal superstar Dean Martin, Steubenville is currently awash in closed-down factories and steel buildings that line the sadly irrelevant and mundane city's edge.
To know the heart of Steubenville, you've got to live through it.
Three young Catholic boys begin a journey set in 1954. Their right of passage to adulthood is fraught with obstacles that make them question their faith, their friendships, their loves, and their dreams as they navigate a bond that ultimately spans six decades. Where they begin and where they end will move and inspire you, but their hearts will always come back to Steubenville.