As a James Marsters fan he was the reason I bought this film but after realising he's not in it that much I really got into the actual story and really enjoyed it. Its a sweet story of love, heartache and the pains of becoming mature and responsible.
I'm not really a lover of Rachel Hunter's acting but I was surprised to learn her character was by far the best and most complex and the writing for her character (as well as the others) was pretty special.
This is the perfect film for a rainy Sunday afternoon particularly if you've experienced any type of loss be it love, a death or that sweet innocent belief of true love and happy ever afters.
For Marsters fans this film is very different to anything you would expect of him and really highlights how talented an actor he truly is.
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