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Erica Durance as Hannah
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Barbara Niven as Suzanne
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Tom Stevens as Luke
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1 hr 24 min
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1 hr 24 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jalessi-110 / 10

One of the best movies I've seen about healing from trauma

This is one of the best movies I've seen about the long term effects of trauma, and how to heal from trauma - over time & by connecting with others. It's not overly dramatic, it's straightforward and clear. The movie takes its time fleshing out the characters so that the viewer can really care about each of them. The actors are superb.

Reviewed by leahwilliams-590129 / 10

Love & Family

This was a beautiful drama. Unique story with depth and heart. Love the importance placed on the family working through difficulty and reconnecting. I won't elaborate in order to avoid spoilers.

Reviewed by damenesq9 / 10

Lyndsy Fonseca, Kimberley Sustad, Erica Durance and Barbara Niven all shine in one of Hallmark's best

This was so much better (and more emotional) than I thought it would be. And it was a very different kind of Hallmark movie than the ones that loyal viewers like me are used to seeing. In fact, the only new love story in the movie was the least interesting relationship (I also didn't really like the big reveal in connection with that story).

Instead, like Every Time a Bell Rings ( which starred this movie's multi talented director Ali Liebert),the main focus was the relationship between three sisters. They were played by three very beautiful, talented and compelling actresses (Lyndsy Fonseca, Kimberley Sustad and Erica Durance) and their mother was played by the very reliable Barbara Niven (from Chesapeake Shores) who may be the most beautiful 68 year old woman on the planet.

Lyndsy Fonseca just starred in her first Hallmark movie (Next Stop, Christmas- one of last year's best Hallmark movies) and I'm looking forward to many more from her. Kimberley Sustad was great in Christmas by Starlight with Paul Campbell. And Erica Durance was, for me, the best thing about Open By Christmas and I really wish Hallmark would put her in her own movie.. They were all wonderful here.

The relationships between between the two married sisters and their husbands was also portrayed as very healthy with a nice approach to the home/career conflict that Beth was experiencing. I could quibble about Hallmark's ongoing refusal to acknowledge the lack of daylight in Alaska during the winter (they'd be in the dark during that 7am hike),and Beth's overreaction to the girls getting cookie dough on their faces, but Hallmark movies don't get much better than this.

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