Having fortuitously stumbled upon it, my husband and I watched this sweet movie a few weeks ago for date night. It’s free, it’s clean, it’s romantic, it’s God-promoting, and it’s original. Sounds great right? But the bad news: the end is sad.
Warning: don’t watch it unless you are ready to cry at the end. I was totally bummed that it had a sorrowful ending. I saw it ending a completely different way. In a way, though, it was positive. If you are wanting a bouncy, happy love story, this is not the one for you. Go find a Hallmark Channel movie. If you want a Christian romance that affirms your faith in God, stay with this. I give it 4 1/2 out of 5 stars, just because the acting is a little stilted and the cinematography isn’t the best. Sometimes it is a bit jerky and unpolished, but since it’s a low-budget indie movie made by twentysomethings, that’s understandable.
If you don’t want to commit to watch it just yet, watch the teaser trailer below.
Then here’s a short video of the making of the movie.