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Venessa Redgrave, Chad Willett. A young man learns lessons of love through the stories of an older woman who was once in his situation in this remarkable tale. 2003/color/98 min/NR/fullscreen.
Gentle sentiment turns The Locket into an old-fashioned weeper for anyone who loved Driving Miss Daisy. It's not nearly as effective as that 1989 Oscar®-winner, but this Hallmark Hall of Fame production--adapted from the novel by Richard Paul Evans--has similar charms of its own, and its warm-hearted themes of love and compassion offer a welcomed alternative to network sex and violence. After caring for his terminally ill mother, an aspiring medical student named Michael (Chad Willett) works at a nursing home, where an elderly resident (Vanessa Redgrave) teaches him valuable lessons using her own past--and a long-lost love--to illustrate the importance of second chances. Their friendship, and an unexpected court trial, encourages Michael to reconcile with his estranged father (Terry O'Quinn), with the support of his loving fiancée (Marguerite Moreau). No surprises here, but have your Kleenex handy just in case. --Jeff ShannonSee all Editorial Reviews
what a lovely story . I thought chad willet was great in it . so was Vanessa redggave. everyone should watch itPublished 1 month ago by margaret cravens
This is one of my favorite Hallmark movies . I love both Vanessa and Lynn Redgrave and this movie brings the heart and soul to human kindness . It's just a adorable movie.Published 7 months ago by TWIXIE952
Bought this movie after my husband watched it on tv and love the movie so I bought it for him to add to his collection.Published 16 months ago by Kathy C.
I really enjoyed the movie. I'm a true sucker for most of Hallmark movies. I do recommend you see it if you've haven't already.Published 20 months ago by mickie48