Two new students at nearby Belmont University, Ryan and Molly, meet the first day of classes and become study partners. The Bridge, a local bookstore, becomes a close part of their lives as their relationship grows.

Director:

Mike Rohl

Writers:

Karen Kingsbury (novel), Jamie Pachino
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Cast

Credited cast:
Katie Findlay ... Molly Callens
Wyatt Nash ... Ryan Kelly
Ted McGinley ... Charlie Bartons
Faith Ford ... Donna
Steve Bacic ... Wade Callens
Andrea Brooks ... Kristen Jones
Carey Feehan ... Preston Millington III
Natasha Burnett ... Ronnie
Anne Marie DeLuise ... Jeanette Kelly
Matt Hamilton ... Lonnie
Kazumi Evans ... Jenny
Jaime M. Callica ... Luther (as Jaime Callica)
Alison Araya ... Edna Largo
Troy Mundle ... Jake
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Joel Berg ... Jesse Duffy
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Two new students at nearby Belmont University, Ryan and Molly, meet the first day of classes and become study partners. The Bridge, a local bookstore, becomes a close part of their lives as their relationship grows.

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christmas | student | See All (2) »

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Drama | Romance

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TV-G | See all certifications »
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About halfway through the movie, Donna is talking to Molly on the couch at the Bridge and behind her, there is a book by Karen Kingsbury on display. See more »

Goofs

When Ryan drops off Molly at home the first time, the green F150 has small short stem mirrors on the top of the door frame. Later scenes show the truck with long stem mirrors on the middle of the door frame. See more »

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Followed by The Bridge Part 2 (2016) See more »

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Don't have to be Christmas to really love this one
21 December 2020 | by jewelchSee all my reviews

It is billed as a Christmas movie, but you could watch it all year long. Very heart-warming tale about how you can touch people's lives in positive ways without ever realizing it. It's also about learning to love someone enough to give them the freedom to be themselves. Very heart-warming, but not sappy. It's about community and coming together to help someone in need. You come away with lessons learned. I highly recommend this Part 1 and Part 2. James Welch Henderson, Arkansas 12/20/2020


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 December 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Karen Kingsbury's The Bridge See more »

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16:9 HD
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