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Maryann Lowery (Six-time Grammy® Award Winner Amy Grant), a beautiful, blind cellist and music teacher is discovered by a world-famous musician (D.W. Moffett) who promises her fame and convinces her to undergo a risky eye operation. As the two fall for each other, it will take a life-changing moment for Maryann to realize that sometimes, true love is waiting right before our eyes. Keith Carradine stars as her sensitive widowed neighbor. Dove approved (12+). Approx. 91 minutes.
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Young @ Heart: You're Never too Old to Rock, DVD20th Century Fox / DVD$11.99 Retail:
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LeilaHuntingdon County, PAAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Touching.February 2, 2015LeilaHuntingdon County, PAAge: Over 65Gender: femaleMeets Expectations: 5This was a great movie and one that I could show to anyone.
Julia3 Stars Out Of 5Dull.January 16, 2015JuliaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 2Despite loving Amy Grant, I just was not in any way wowed by this movie. The two males leads just never take off and become believable. It's not " bad;" it's just not "good.". Just "O.K."
Brendy5 Stars Out Of 5A Song from the HeartDecember 2, 2014BrendyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5A great movie! Loved it and it held our interest.
Stannyboyc5 Stars Out Of 5A song from the Heart dvd.September 4, 2014StannyboycWe saw this movie on tv a few years ago and taped on vhs. Our machine broke and I was happy to find this for my wife. Amy Grant is very convincing playing someone blind. Not only can she sing, but she can act. A fine movie.
Sonny5 Stars Out Of 5A Song from the HearthAugust 30, 2014SonnyThis excellent movie with Amy Grant, transport you to the world of spiritual and forgiveness stage. And also the struggle in life even when you have sight to see and can't see anything good around you. Is faith is valor and acceptance of what you are.
Q: Is this gift set in full or wide screen
This is wide screen