When florist Helen, played by Danica McKellar, meets a dreamy mystery man, played by Damon Runyon, at a masquerade ball, she and her friend Henry (Cameron Mathison) set out to find him.

Director:

Don McBrearty

Writers:

Fariba Cain (story), Marcy Holland
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Complete credited cast:
Danica McKellar ... Helen
Cameron Mathison ... Henry
Damon Runyan ... Charles
Mary Long Mary Long ... Aunt Carol
Andrea Runge ... Beth
Howard Hoover Howard Hoover ... Mr. Grey
M.E. Lewis ... Pastor Evans
Stefan Brogren ... Mr. Carlisle
Jorja Cadence ... Sarah
Jill Frappier ... Judie
Catherine McGregor ... Tina
Rhys Wyn Trenhaile ... Peter
Michael Gordin Shore ... Other Charles
Ryan LaPlante ... Victor
Scott Wickware Scott Wickware ... Mr. Gregson
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Storyline

Helen Russell owns and operates her own floral shop in New York City. What she loves about her work is the love associated with many of her orders, especially now during the Valentine's season. She hopes one day to have that sort of magical love, what she envisioned was like that of her now deceased parents where they just knew they were meant for each other. She thinks she may have found that love when her best friend since college, Henry Hart, invites her to a masquerade ball being held at the botanical gardens where he works as the chief botanist. At the ball, she meets a masked man with who she connects in that emotional, romantic sense. The problem ends up being is that by the time they abruptly part company at the end of the night, neither knows anything about the other, including the other's name. The only clue that Helen has to follow is the boutonniere he was wearing and accidentally dropped when he rushed off, one that was ordered from her shop using what is arguably the ... Written by Huggo

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Romance

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TV-G | See all certifications »
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Cameron Mathison and Danica McKellar have both done several Hallmark movies (Mathison 11 movies and McKellar 12 movies), but this is the only Valentine's movie either have done to date. Damon Runyon, who plays Charles Bradfield, has been in 2 Valentine's movies and 6 movies total on Hallmark. See more »

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When Henry gives Helen her invitation to the masquerade ball, he's wearing a wedding ring. See more »

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Forget the cynics - this is wonderful
27 February 2020 | by studioATSee all my reviews

It's very easy to bash films like this. Yes, they are predictable, but what they offer most of all is escapism - and at the moment don't we need a bit of that?!

This is a simple romantic comedy, the sort that in our age of Marvel and other action films, don't get made any more.

With wonderful chemistry between the two leads (including the ever lovely Danica McKellar) this story about a florist taking risks to find the right man, only to perhaps realise he's closer than she thinks is excellent.

I cannot rate it highly enough.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 February 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Very, Very, Valentine See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

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16:9 HD
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