Oh, I got to tell you about this wonderful movie. It aired on Hallmark channel in May and will be released on DVD June 11th. I was so excited when I was contacted to receive a screeners copy in exchange for my honest review. Oh, I love Beverly Lewis books. I just can't get enough of them. And I really love it when they are put to movies. Michael Landon Jr. has produced another award winner in my opinion. Absolutely no bad language. That is a plus plus so hard to find in movies now days. using bad language doesn't add one thing to a movie except turn off those watchers that don't feel the need to talk that way. Your point can be made without using bad words. anyway enough about my views on language. There are a few very brief sceens where Dylan Bennett does take some drinks from a whisky flask, but it doesn't show any drunkenness or violence. The acting is superb. The actors preform excellent in their roles. I sure trust Landon plans on a third movie in this series because it does leave ya with some questions; which would leave one to think there is a possibility of more to come.
Raised by an Amish family, Katie Lapp (Katie Leclerc, TV's "Switched at Birth") always felt the call of another life. Now, her quest to find her birth-mother, Laura Mayfield-Bennett (Sherry Stringfield, TV's "ER"), has drawn her into world of the "Englishers." Along the way, two very different men try to help her overcome a devious scheme to steal her rightful inheritance. Business-minded but kind-hearted Justin Wirth (Michael Rupnow) reaches out to discover Katie's hidden secrets, while her childhood companion Daniel Fisher (Cameron Deane Stewart) sacrifices his own happiness for her future. Katie's heart is divided between two worlds as love reveals the truth in the moving saga based on the hit novel from New York Times bestselling author Beverly Lewis.
Based on the novel by Beverly Lewis and directed by Michael Landon Jr., the film has a screenplay by Brian Bird and Michael Landon Jr. The film was produced by David R. Kappes and executive produced by Brian Bird, Maura Dunbar and Michael Landon Jr.
BEVERLY LEWIS’ THE CONFESSION has a running time of approximately 88 minutes and is not rated. The film will air on the Hallmark Channel on May 11, 2013.
Air again on Hallmark again on June 8th at 1/12C.
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A copy of this dvd was provided in exchange for my honest review by Edify Media