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Lionsgate sells the heartfelt movie Where Hope Grows.
My Thoughts about the Where Hope Grows DVD:
Experience the power of faith, courage and friendship in the moving drama Where Hope Grows, now on Digital HD, Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital) and On Demand from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Receiving 5 out of 5 Doves from The Dove Foundation, Where Hope Grows is an uplifting tale of an ex-baseball player who finds salvation when he befriends a grocery-store clerk who has Down syndrome. Theatrically released in 2015, and written and directed by Chris Dowling (Rock Slyde), the heartwarming film features touching performances from a stellar cast including Kristoffer Polaha (TV’s “Ringer,” TV’s “Life Unexpected”), Billy Zabka (The Karate Kid), Brooke Burns (Shallow Hal, TV’s “Baywatch”), Kerr Smith (TV’s “The Fosters,” TV’s “Dawson’s Creek”), Michael Grant (TV’s “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”), Alan Powell (The Song) with Danica McKellar (TV’s “The Wonder Years”) and introducing David DeSanctis as “Produce.”
Calvin Campbell (Polaha), a former pro baseball player with a self-destructive streak, has his faith in God restored when he meets Produce (DeSanctis), an inspirational man with Down syndrome. As their friendship develops, Calvin is reminded that hope grows in the most unlikely places.
The Where Hope Grows home entertainment bonus material includes deleted scenes, plus two featurettes that look at the casting of “Produce” and a discussion of the “R-word,” along with an audio commentary from writer/director Chris Dowling and actor David DeSanctis. The Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.
BLU-RAY/DVD/DIGITAL HD SPECIAL FEATURES*
· Deleted Scenes
· “Casting David DeSanctis” featurette
· “Stop the R-Word” featurette
· Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Chris Dowling and Actor David DeSanctis
This is a great family friendly movie. It's also a great movie to teach your children how to accept others that are different than they are. As a society we need to learn to accept each other as we are all different and we all have our own obsticales to over come. The world would be a much happier place if we just accepted each other and loved each other.
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