Wolf developed all of the original songs in the film with Brett Boyett and Jackson Odell two years before shooting commenced. She worked with them on spec without telling anyone else what she was doing, then as a surprise, she brought all of the songs with a live band into a development meeting with the production company, and the band played all of the songs for the film in their conference room with Wolf setting up each song and where it would go in the film. All went well. The film, which had already been greenlit at the time but did not have a start date for production, then had a start date after that meeting. Brett Boyett was hired as Wolf's music producer, and all of those same songs are in the film. Wolf said that she did it that way because it is very hard to pitch an audible visual and that she knew how important the country music would be for this particular film. She felt that the music was equally as important as the film, and that she wanted to develop both as she went through preproduction, production, and post. She felt it was something that the production company needed to see/hear rather than Wolf trying to explain in mere words how vital she felt that it was; she wanted to show them and not just tell them. She didn't tell anyone because she new that it was an unconventional, bold thing that she was planning to do, but that she felt in her soul that it was going to all land the right way and be an empowering, transformative experience. See more »
When the vehicles drive into the hangar in London, the driver is still on the left side of the car, not the right, as they should be in England. See more »
the burgers?? the elderly ladies?? sleep-prohibiting curiosity...
This movie was great...it's a story of forgiveness, love, and family. honestly, definitely caused some tears at the end for me, but honestly that isn't unusual for me when it comes to movies/shows/pretty much anything that regards any kind of romance. It had a little bit of a Disney channel vibe, which isn't bad nothing wrong with Disney, but it's more accurately described as something you can expect to see on Hallmark channel, and I will be watching it and then watching it again and again, and probably again. It's definitely predictable, but I just like a good, sweet, happy movie every now and then and this is definitely one of those. However, albeit my raving review, I was left with a couple of lingering questions that I'm afraid are going to haunt me forever. 1) Did the old ladies ever get out of the Church? and 2) What happened to the burgers???? Did they burn? Were they eaten?? Somebody PLZ calm my curious mind.
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