Several years after the deaths of Dick Buek and her father, Jill Kinmont and her mother leave Los Angeles to spend their summer in their hometown of Bishop, California. They rent a summer ...
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Several years after the deaths of Dick Buek and her father, Jill Kinmont and her mother leave Los Angeles to spend their summer in their hometown of Bishop, California. They rent a summer house from a handsome truck driver named John Boothe. Jill is instantly captivated by John, but denies it to everyone, including herself. Eventually, Jill and John fall in love, but deep fears and hurts from the past threaten to be the couple's undoing.Written by
The scene in which the theme song "It's Time To Say I Love You" appears, was filmed at the beautiful Butchart Gardens, in Victoria British Columbia. See more »
When Jill's native school children begin to ride the horses on the Booth property, John drives up in his truck. A man helping the children says to John, "Hi, Joe." John then replies, "Hi, John." Obviously it should be the other way around. See more »
The Other Side of the Mountain part 2 is definitely one of the top few romance films. The last scene is definitely THE BEST romantic tearjerker event in film. The strength of this movie is that it features 1) a realistic, gradual, development of love, 2) an extremely nurturing, loving male lead, and 3) the wonderful, unequaled, "tearjerker" ending.
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