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Baseball player Micah Matthias and his young son Bobby are fleeing a brutal media following the traumatic and unsolved murder of their wife and mother. They end up in the quaint Amish community of Sugarcreek, Ohio under a set of aliases and with a broken-down old truck. Three Amish sisters running an old farmhouse inn take them under their wings and employ Micah as a handyman. This sparks the suspicions of a Sugarcreek policewoman named Rachel Troyler, niece of the three who raised her after she was orphaned as a child. Will the truth interfere with love? Written by
John P. House
I just watched this movie on the UP station (similar to Hallmark). I am not surprised the major networks weren't involved. After all, this was a good wholesome movie devoid of foul language, sex and "alternate life styles" which seem to be prerequisites for most networks these days.
The movie was not sleepy by any means - with plenty of action, suspense, comedy and a healthy dose of "Do Unto Others...". You know, the Golden Rule, a concept once embraced by this great Nation of ours.
I also liked the positive spin on small town law enforcement and how they are just as capable and resourceful (even more so) than a cop from a large agency.
This is a great family movie. I enjoyed it. If you like Hallmark movies, I believe you will like this one too.
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