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Romanian born Danielle (Giulia Nahmany) is living the dream in NYC working at Beguile magazine under urban-diva fashion editor Vivian (Jane Seymour). But when a coworker steals her idea and her boyfriend, Danielle can't help but speak her mind to Vivian and loses her job. Now on the fashion blacklist with no place to go, Danielle heads home to Romania and back to the farm in Transylvania. After the initial culture shock subsides, Danielle begins to find solace with her family and friends. She runs into a charming Brit named Adrian (David Oakes), in town on a business trip, and sparks fly as he helps her discover a passion she left behind; designing her own clothing line. Now with the help of a magazine pal, can Danielle and her Romanian theme clothing line make it at New York Fashion Week?Written by
Filmed in Saschiz, Romania: First documented in the 14th century, Saschiz is one of 7 villages protected by a medieval fortress and church constructed by Transylvanian Saxons. The fortress dominates the landscape, and guards the area from atop a hill overlooking the village. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See more »
I really enjoyed this movie! For me, it rates right up there with the best Hallmark movies. It is a lovely story about romance, family, and friendship. I loved seeing the beautiful scenes in Romania. It brought back memories of my visit there and made me want to return. There are plenty of Romanian actors and the beautiful Romanian language was used as well. I loved how authentic it was. I enjoyed the fact that the females in the movie are strong, independent women, yet feminine. Casting Jane Seymour into the movie was a big plus too. Most actors here are unknown, but they did a fair job of acting with room for improvement. I think this was Guila's first movie production.... I hope to see more from her! I would have rated it a ten, but it was rather predictable, though not much more than most Hallmark movies.
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