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Most of us go to funerals because we have to. Emily goes because she wants to. Socially awkward and lonely, the emotional rawness of a funeral allows her to feel a connection to other people, even when they're complete strangers. When she crashes April Loren's funeral, she's mistaken for April's long--estranged sister. Drawn in by the Loren family's warmth and a burgeoning romance with April's brother in law, Drew, Emily continues to masquerade as April's sister, getting ever more deeply entrenched in her lies and her feelings for Drew. But there's only so long she can maintain her charade and, when everything about you is a lie, the truth hurts… Dove Family-Approved (12+). Approx. 90 minutes.
Subtitles in English SDH
Publication Date: 2017
joe1 Stars Out Of 5the funeral guestJuly 3, 2017joeQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0i can honestly say that, in spite of this being a dove-rated film, it was not only disappointing but somewhat offensive. there were scenes where sexual innuendos were used. there was also a scene involving a nude model who was not completely nude ( he had a pair of underwear on). i was shocked that they filmed that. the plotline was quite unbelievable. don't waste your time or money on this film. i threw it in the trash.
Jackie5 Stars Out Of 5Great MovieFebruary 10, 2017JackieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5It's a good movie. Got to watch it.
Richard5 Stars Out Of 5A gem!January 10, 2017RichardQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a movie that came out of nowhere for me, and I was entranced. It's not specifically Faith oriented, which at first gave me pause. But when I watched it, I realized why it fit the bill for Dove. It's real and heartwarming and the performances are better than most movies I see of this type. The music is some of the best I've heard from a small Independent movie, and by the end, you feel like you've eavesdropped on someones special moment in time, and managed to see how we all can feel sometimes when we're alone and lonely. We should all watch this movie, because at the end of the day, it's about Family and Relationships and knowing who you really are. And for me, that's so much of what Faith is about. 5 stars all around.
Joe2 Stars Out Of 5Question in rating credibilityDecember 25, 2016JoeQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 2I had come to trust the Dove Seal of Approval, this film was given Dove's highest marks but it dose not measure up. It appears this movie has proven to be the exception with its multiple drinking scenes, drunken souse of a grandmother and some scenes appear to have an acceptance of disconnect from reality and promote stupidity - the logical scope of the films social awkwardness of its star performer though well done seems to have an undercurrent an acceptance the end justifies the means - for adults this can be easily overlooked but impressionable young people I'm not so sure - family material I think not. There appears to be an unwed couple planning to have a baby, very strange - the film final gives us its conclusion but only last a few seconds as the picture fades away leaving you wondering. This is not a film of faith or one that can be viewed as offering a normal outlook. Its multiple endorsements seriously need to be considered, from the secular point of view its complex mix of ingredients is an encouraging film of warmth and hope but it lacks a certain spirit. It is an interesting story but dose not deserve the high marks given as other Dove Approved Films, Dove Foundation Credibility should be questioned here on this film.