Reviewed byskpn123Vote: 7/10/10
This is a coming of age film but in the context of an Amish Community -it speaks to knowing ones own mind while remembering that sometimesthis involves a journey of discovery to find not only new experiences,but also ourselves.
A little predictable and good and evil is stereotyped at times but easyand fun to watch. If your soul need soothing this film is like a coolbreeze - present our destiny, our calling as something attainable andfun to search for. Subtle themes of loving and losing but staying opento life and what it has to offer.
A little more character development would have enhanced the film'sgentle message.
Reviewed byDean MillerVote: 10/10/10
Well guys, do you know these situation where your girlfriend forces youto watch a love movie and you feel not good about it? Have you watchedsome love movies and the food in your stomach wants to come out of yourmouth? Not this movie! It is great! The Amish are portrayed nicely. Themain actress is hot and did a believable job in her role. The otheractors are all good.
The movie has a lot of emotional scenes and in the end you will berewarded with a fantastic finish. On the other side, the end of themovie is predictable. Beside the end of the movie, there is a lot oftension that keeps you guessing what will happen next.
There are some messages in this movie, which are interesting.
All in all it is a simple and emotional great movie!
Young Emma Miller (Danielle Chuchran) would appear to be lucky. This beautiful Amish girl has a loving family and the community's most eligible young man, Jacob (Kellen Boyle), wants to marry her. But she has more on her mind than buggies, bonnets and making her special goat cheese - Emma is secretly obsessed with Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice and restlessly longs for adventure and travel. When given the opportunity to spend the season helping her widowed cousin Lydia (Meg Wittman) in scenic Charm, OH, Emma jumps at the chance. There she meets an Englischer, librarian Kelly Bennett (Tiffany Dupont), who has come to town to escape her chaotic life. Despite their differences, the two become fast friends. Settling into her cousin's farm, she finds Noah (Trevor Donovan) - a striking, well-read Amish young man who helps work the farm - intriguing, yet vexing. So when Emma's cheese attracts the attention of a local bed-and-breakfast and a handsome wine-and-cheese blog editor, Andy (Drew...