A young Amish woman, who isn't satisfied with her path at home, visits a cousin for the summer. Over the summer, she is exposed to another world, finds friendship and more. Soon she must choose and come to terms with the life she wants.
Eddie Avedon's shot at a prestigious movie part, his ticket out of playing Mulligan the bunny in a children's TV show, is ruined after a car accident with single mother Annie Benchley, ... See full summary »
I wish there were more movies like this being made, it is a movie that the whole family can enjoy together, without the usual mindless gore and gratuitous nudity to titillate and appeal to braindead teen boys who have no close family unit. The rating of 2.5 is a total farce this film is an absolute 10+.Almost all of the movies that I had seen growing up, my family watched together as enjoyed as quality family time. This is something we don't hear of anymore and need to bring back. The persons who gave this a 2.5 rating require Psychiatric evaluations and probably should be confined to a mental facility. It is great to be to able to watch a film with everyone from Granparents to young children together.
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