About Hope, a young wife plagued with amnesia and Andrew, her duty obsessed husband who must help her fall in love with him all over as he comes to terms with his own destiny.

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Julian Grant

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Julian Grant
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Suzette Brown ... Hope Daniels
Shannon Brown ... Andrew Daniels
Robyn Coffin ... Edith
Sean Patrick Leonard ... Simon Nolan
Craig James Jr. ... Jacob
Kim DeJesus ... Alice
Charles Harris Charles Harris ... Bishop James
Mino Mackic ... Stanislav
Dagoberto Zolio Soto Dagoberto Zolio Soto ... Carlos
Walt Sloan ... Charlie
Shayna Beining ... Angie
Lorrisa Julianus ... Kim
Michael Gellman Michael Gellman ... Dr. Davison
Amanda Lipinski Amanda Lipinski ... Bodega Angel
Patricia Urbonas Clark Patricia Urbonas Clark ... Nurse 1
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After a tragic accident, Andrew Daniels is alone and without hope. He must win back the love of his life, or risk losing her forever. This sets him off on a most unusual journey that will test his morals and values. His challenge is intensified when his wife becomes entrenched in the very faith that he has turned his back on.

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Drama | Family | Romance

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Successful entry into the Faith-Based genre.
13 September 2016 | by boomstickfilmsSee all my reviews

Led by powerful and thoughtful performances, and guided by restrained and appropriate direction, Finding Hope finds the tone that fans of this genre want and expect. The film stayed focused on its message and the actors stayed focused on their characters. Julian Grant wrote a simple yet effective story, pulling together familiar elements and combining them in a way that didn't feel too mundane or pedestrian. The pacing is leisurely which may have become a problem if the characters were not as engaging as they were. Shannon Brown, Sean Patrick Leonard, Robyn Coffin and the rest of the cast gave solid performances, but I would single out Suzette Brown for special recognition because her role was the most difficult and required more subtle and emotional attention to detail. I found it inspiring in message and execution.


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