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Genres:
Comedy | Drama
Resolution:
1280*534
Size:
903.45M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
98 min
IMDB Rating:
7.9 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
2
Seeds:
0
Peers:
35
Directors: Jesse Low [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Hannah, a burnt out, mega-music star, returns to her small Northern Michigan hometown of Lost Heart, for her estranged father's funeral. There she will confront the ghosts of her past and perhaps find her peace and balance once again.

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Reviews

Great acting, great character development, wholesome movie

Thanks to the writers and producers of this film, the public has the opportunity to watch a film that has great acting (especially Melissa Anschutz), great character development (the honesty of the characters are brought to life and you get to know them on a personal basis), and a wholesome movie with real-life situations and a great theme!

A heart warming classic

Love the way each individual in this movie interacted with each other! They inspired each other, though they all experienced personal challenges in their own unique ways, each were willing to move beyond their issues of the past, and make differences in their own lives as well as the lives of each other... Not a perfect world, but the perfection is in their connections with each other in the most positive ways! Loved the movie, especially in these times...let's support this movie to become the classic it already is!

Loved loved loved this movie

I have already watched this twice! I am not a Hallmark movie watcher. They all have the same plots. The Lost Heart was a great combo. I love mysteries and emotional, poignant movies. The music was a plus! I am a huge fan of Don Most so seeing him in a more meaty role different from other characters was a bonus. The whole ensemble worked well together. Great movie!! I know I will probably watch again.
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