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Two estranged sisters torn apart by their differences suddenly find themselves working together towards a common goal in the heartwarming drama, The Bouquet. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Kristy Swanson ... Terri Benton

Danny Glover ... Reverend John

Alberta Mayne ... Mandy Benton

Michael Shanks ... Sam
Nicola Cavendish ... Bonnie Benton

Jeremy Guilbaut ... Noah

Stephen E. Miller ... Cecil Benton

Daniel Bacon ... Bruce Midfield

Andrea Kelly Konno ... Doc Brown (as Kelly Konno)
David Bloom ... Ed Woodruff

Ellie Harvie ... Mary Hammond
Billy Mitchell ... Tom Kennedy

Nimet Kanji ... Woman Executive
Jocelyne Loewen ... Young Bonnie Benton

Directed by
Anne Wheeler 
Writing credits
Kele McGlohon (written by)

Produced by
Tara Cowell-Plain .... executive producer
Dureyshevar .... executive producer
Dion York Foley .... associate producer
Jack Nasser .... executive producer
Jack Nasser .... producer
Joseph Nasser .... executive producer
Danny Webber .... executive producer
Original Music by
Stu Goldberg 
Cinematography by
Paul Mitchnick 
Film Editing by
Janice Brown 
Casting by
Judy Lee 
Production Design by
Costume Design by
Zohra Shahalimi 
Makeup Department
Kari Anderson .... makeup department head
Briana Scott .... makeup/hair swing
Production Management
Emanuel Pereira .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Melissa Lukacevic .... second assistant director
Matthew Tingey .... third assistant director
Quincy Wheeler-Hendren .... first assistant director
Art Department
Jordan Roberts .... property master
Sound Department
Leonardo A. Barragán .... foley recordist
Jay Cheetham .... background sound editor
Kirby Jinnah .... supervising sound editor
Ryan Nowak .... sound designer
Tony Poulsen .... boom operator
Ryan Schaad .... foley recordist
Tysen Schieber .... boom operator
James Schoening .... sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
David Dolsen .... still photographer
Cam Esau .... generator operator
Andres Nino .... lighting technician
Casting Department
Edward D. Rea .... casting associate
Dylan Staniforth .... extras casting wrangler
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Erin da Roza .... costumer: preparation
Brittany Elchuk .... set costumer
Veronika Rudez .... truck costumer
Editorial Department
Andrea Dixon .... colorist
Joseph Fisher .... assistant editor
Ryan Prevost .... assistant editor
Fred W. Richters .... on-line editor
Trevor Shultz .... assistant editor
Other crew
Dan Benamor .... development consultant
Andrew Buziak .... production accountant
Kevin Fairfax Harwood .... project manager: post production
Dylan Jenkinson .... first assistant production coordinator
Sarah Long .... second assistant production coordinator
Elycia Reimer .... key p/a
Lisa Rerrie .... script supervisor
Danny Webber .... legal services
Dan Benamor .... special thanks

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99 min
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Fantastically enjoyable Hallmark-quality film, 23 November 2014
Author: oprlvr33 from United States

I recently watched this on the religious-based Trinity channel and was amazed at its overall quality: equal to that of a standard Hallmark movie. I have not seen Kristy Swanson on screen in ages, so I did not realize it was her until the closing credits, though her face looked awfully familiar. My first memory of her was in 'Flowers in the Attic' (1985), and later, Early Edition.

This movie begins on a solid laid-back note; the aged parents (Nicole Cavendish, Steven Miller) own a greenhouse/floral business, and prepare for the upcoming holiday season; eagerly anticipating arrival of their two adult daughters (Kristy Swanson, Alberta Mayne). Then a tragedy hits, and mom learns some rather unfortunate news. It is now up to the daughters to step up their game and help out with the ailing greenhouse business, and get mom current with the Internet in order to run the place successfully. Soon, both daughters also discover true love with a local delivery man (Jeremy Guilbaut), and a handyman (Michael Shanks).

What truly I found unique about this movie was its rather subtle romance tones; unlike many other romance-based movies. This film does not force the theme. The building romances are unobtrusive, which works very well for this type of movie. And the entire cast is superb, and the story, well delivered.

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