Valley Inn tells the story of Emily Mason, a New Jersey college student, who finds herself in a dusty dying small southern town, a thousand miles from home, selling Christian books door-to-door. Through a series of misadventures in 'the Book field,' and her growing friendships with the endearing and often comical local residents, Emily begins to discover what is most valuable in life, at the Valley Inn. More than a movie, Valley Inn is a love-letter to small town America. A tribute to a quickly vanishing way of life. And above all, as all movies should, Valley Inn entertains and transports the audience. Just like Emily, audiences will fall in love with the Valley Inn, the small town setting and all its quirky characters.Written by
It doesn't stand to reason that a small town of 75 people would have parking meters which are apparent in several shots. Also, it probably would not support a cafe and a general store. See more »
Low Budget, Slow but well done and enjoyable
Yes it is slow, but that is the point because it about that typical piece of Americana which is slow pace and where people and life itself matters. If you don't like this subject with some odd characters don't watch it. It is well acted, no cringe acting which often occurs in low budget films, well made and it leaves you with a warm feeling.
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