God's Lonely Man is a movie about Ernest Rackman (Michael Wyle), a nomadic man who grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is involved in the illegal drug trade and soon finds himself in Las Vegas, where things are a whole different ballgame. He is a very lonely and detached man, but this begins to change when he impersonates a police officer and saves a young prostitute (Heather McComb) in her home from abusive and dysfunctional parents. He soon realizes that he is the only hope she has and begins to fall for the girl, all the while beginning to abandon his violent tendencies. The film also stars Jamie Walters, Rebecca Budig, and Katie Wright. This film is a deep and probing drama that explores the depth of the human mind and examines the basic need for companionship that everyone harbors. God's Lonely Man was directed by Frank von Zerneck Jr. and released in 1996.