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Set in the picturesque backdrop of New York, "Seasons of Love" is a romantic, soulful holiday drama about two people who struggle to find love against the odds, while reconciling with the past and learning the true value of family.
Taraji P. Henson,
Robert Christopher Riley
Thomas Linthorne is a farmer, who, with his bride, Kate, settles a parcel of untilled Midwestern farmland in 1866. Linthorne is a dynamic and driven man who eventually becomes a pillar of the close-knit community. But there are trials and tribulations that eventually plague his dreams of the perfect life he has tried to create for his family. Over the span of fifty years, the Linthorne family will weather more than their share of hardship that affects each of them in dramatic ways. The Linthorne saga, set against the daily rituals and chores of life on the land, reveals the determination, strength and indomitable spirit of the families who settled America. Written by
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Just happen to catch this on Lifetime on a cold Sunday afternoon after football season.
This was realistic view of life in nineteenth century midwest America. I was really impressed with Peter Strauss as the Dad. It seem he's been pidgeonholed as "Made for TV miniseries King" (Jacklyn Smith being the Queen). Most movies sugar coat life in those times. Some of the scenes almost brought tears to my eyes. Most of those "made for TV" movies seen on Lifetime are so sappy, but I got engrossed in this and it kept my interest throughout.
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