At Home in Mitford (2017)

At Home in Mitford (2017)

GENRESDrama,Family
LANGEnglish
ACTOR
Andie MacDowellCameron MathisonKen TremblettDavid Lewis
DIRECTOR
Gary Harvey

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At Home in Mitford (2017) is a English movie. Gary Harvey has directed this movie. Andie MacDowell,Cameron Mathison,Ken Tremblett,David Lewis are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. At Home in Mitford (2017) is considered one of the best Drama,Family movie in India and around the world.

With a case of writer's block, a children's author escapes to small town Mitford for a change of scenery. She soon finds the heart and soul of the southern town in a priest as they work together to care for a young boy who's lost his family. With heartbreak in their pasts, each must find the courage and faith to grab an unexpected chance at true love.

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At Home in Mitford (2017) Reviews

  • Artistic Dishonesty-At Home In Mitford

    jantfl61-12017-08-21

    The screenplay writer took a wonderful book, used two characters, Father Tim and Cynthia, eliminated the other characters. The book's plot was rewritten as a romantic TV movie. It would have been much easier to stick to the original Jan Karon story line. The lead characters were too young to play the characters. Hope that others will complain to Hallmark Channel

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  • Weak as pond water

    okbeth2017-08-28

    How could Hallmark miss the mark of this wonderful, redemptive story so badly???!!! Why are you trying to be like every other shallow love story? The story is so much more. The book(s) is about an aging circa 60 year, balding, pudgy Episcopal priest and a 50-something wife finding each other and healing and redemption multiplied. The book's story stands on it's own and doesn't need tampering in the slightest. You left out some of the most beloved characters. No wonder Jan Karon was so hesitant to release the rights. I'm certain her worst fears were realized. PLEASE don't make a sequel.

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  • Boy meets Andie version of Jan Karon's touching story about an Episcopal priest in a small North Carolina town.

    mildredhouser2017-08-22

    I could not even finish the first half hour. . . . It was just a "boy meets Andie" movie that we've seen before in Cedar Cove. Andie, Andie, Andie, you should have let Ms. Karon have more say. She created multi-dimensional, vulnerable, redemptive characters. Y'all didn't even come close. Greatly disappointed.

  • Ruined another great book!

    jemoore9642017-08-20

    So disappointing! I am a huge fan of the books and had hoped this would be made into a film for a long time. This mess doesn't deserve to be mentioned in the same breath. Father Tim is supposed to be 59 and balding! Major characters are missing like Puny, Miss Sadie Baxter, Uncle Billy and Miss Rose. Instead they throw in new characters that are not needed to hold the plot together. I am sad they did such a poor job of filming a lovely book! Now I know why the author has done no promotion of this film.

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  • Don't bother...

    joantalbert2017-10-01

    Remember to good Hallmark movies? This is not one of them! Finally watched it on YouTube. Please don't use that screenwriter, casting director, etc. again, if you intend to make sequels. I am on Jan Karon's FB page and never knew this movie was going to be made. She must have given up all rights to casting. I would have donated money to a kickstarter account to make the movie the way she wanted. I envisioned Beau Bridges as Father Tim, and Emma Thompson as Cynthia (American accent). If anyone in the entertainment business read AARP Magazine, they would know that many of us want movies with mature actors. Sheesh. Not Cameron Matheson as Father Tim. Not even close. What a shame.

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