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As the movie starts we meet Nurse Brenda and a surgeon nicknamed Mr. Personality who tells a nurse that a a patient passed and the room is now available. Finally we meet Sydney played by Lisa Hartman Black who is a sympathetic doctor who feels a tremendous burden and a heart full of remorse as one of her patients is close to dying. She decides to head home for a high school reunion. Going home isn't easy for her as she and her mother played by Rue McClanahan haven't spoken since her father passed away. She has a misconception of her mother and what happened during her fathers final months.
Upon her return she finds out her mother has turned her house into the only B& B in town and has to stay there. She runs into her high school sweetheart, Gus, played by Dale Midkiff (I knew this guy from somewhere, his eyes were so familiar - He was in Pet Cemetery) who lost his wife and is now dating Connie a woman who is determined to settle down with him.
High school party boy, who is now a minister plays match maker to Gus and Syd, getting them together for a picnic.
Gus and his son (who has been sick since birth) take Syd on a picnic at the park and reminisce about high school days and life.
Finally the inevitable happens and Gus' son takes a turn for the worse. Syd gets him to the hospital, he has surgery everything is better.
Without giving the entire ending away, all loose ends are tied up on a pretty bow without being too sappy.
I've lived a long time and remember when you could go to a movie almost every week and see a "family" type movie in the 1950's.
Today it it is so rare to find a good movie that when I see one I often buy it if there is a good reasonable story line.
This story is about a middle aged female doctor.....with the body of a 19 yr old and pretty face, (who moves away from home and finally returns home and meets two guys amoung many former friends from the small town she grew up in.
Of course her former "sweetheart" was a quarterback on the HS football team, now a widower with a nice kid with digestive problems, but meantime she winds up seeing "Mr. Right" in a new light of the wisdom of years and the obvious happens but not before several obstacles must be overcome, some of them painfull.
I decided to buy this having seen it on "Hallmark" movie channel, and what do you know, it actually has an ending, much unlike so many Hallmark movies that leave the ending to your imigination which drives me crazy.
While my passion was and still is Politics both local, national and international, history of the world and the reason for all the wars and joined the Army in 1963 for Combat Infantry (you could say I've been an agressive guy towards "bad guys" all my life to this very day, I have learned over many years so many people are not happy with their marriages and feel sorry for them because so many made the wrong choices....looks, money, you name it.Read more ›
But I have a question and I hope someone can help. What is the name of the song being played by the DJ at the dance when Syd and Nelson are dancing? HELP!!!
UPDATE After a diligent search assisted by comments I saw over at IMDb I have found that the song I asked about above is by a group of 3 sisters who go by the name ELLE 3. The name of the song is "Empty Wishes" And that song is available here on Amazon at it's MP3 site
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one of my all time favorites i can watch this movie over and over againPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is one of my favorite movies. The picture and sound are great.Published 4 months ago by Robbin C Nave
This is an adorable and entertaining movie. All characters do a splendid job playing their parts to the hilt! Lots of twists and turns to keep you interested and drawn in. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Billie R. Hayworth
This was originally seen as a Hallmark movie. I love Rue McClanahan ("The Golden Girls"). Shows what can happen to the heart when you go home to a high school reunion... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Christine Stephens