Sunday, December 11, 2011
Do you love watching love stories? I got a great movie to tell you about, it's Love Begins! This is a a great love story. I received one copy of the DVD for review. I watched it with my family and they loved it, even my husband enjoyed it. So, grab a copy of the dvd and some popcorn to enjoy with the family!
About Love BeginsClark Davis and his childhood friend Daniel Whitaker are traveling west on their way to California during the Gold Rush in the 1840s. Stopping in the tiny town of Trinity, Missouri to rest, they walk into Millie’s Café, and before their chicken and dumplings arrive Daniel begins a fight, damaging the café. Sheriff Holden jails the two for public disturbance and neither having enough money to pay off their fine, Daniel breaks out in the middle of the night while Clark stays in the cell to face his sentence.
Through a plea deal with the Sheriff and Millie, Clark agrees to work off his sentence as a farmhand for the Barlow sisters, Ellen and Cassie, whose father died a year earlier (his wife died giving birth to Cassie), leaving Ellen to raise Cassie and manage the farm.
Cassie immediately becomes friends with Clark but Ellen disapproves of him. She resents having “a criminal” at the farm and only agrees to the Sheriff’s offer because the farm has become too much for her and Cassie to maintain alone.
Faithful to his word to work off his sentence and being kind, Clark slowly wins over Ellen. When Clark suffers a head injury in a fall, Ellen nurses him back to health, and realizes she is in love with him.
Soon after the injury, Ellen,Cassie and Clark go into town. As they finish up their business, Jake Weller, Ellen’s fiancée, shows up. Jake took off to California two years earlier to look for gold and has not been heard from since. Now a wealthy man, he has come back to make good on his word of making Ellen Barlow his wife. Clark must now decide whether to follow his dreams of adventure or stay in the town where love begins.
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