Home for Harvest 2019 Hallmark Film | Brigitte Kingsley, Landy Cannon

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About Home for Harvest

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Home for Harvest plot from IMDb: “A travel writer is surprised to be sent back to the home town she left, heartbroken, years before. She meets a new man, and also her ex.”

The trailer can be found online.

Director: Andrew Cymek

Writer: Patrick McBrearty

Cast and Characters:

Brigitte Kingsley as Katie Taylor

Landy Cannon as Noah

Troy Blundell as Chad

Carina Battrick as Maggie

Winny Clarke as Mary

Alys Crocker as Paige

Diane Johnstone as Mrs. Carlisle

Dan Karpenchuk as Frank

Rebecca Lamarche as Sister #1

Cory Lee as Willa

O'Connor Matthew Desmond as Michael

Adrienne Merrell as Sister #2

Doug Murray as Judge

Vas Saranga as Mr. Peters

Neil Whitely as Mr. Carlisle

Also known as: La riscoperta dell'amore

Home for Harvest is my kind of Hallmark film! It was released in 2019, directed by Andrewy Cymek, and stars Brigitte Kingsley as our protagonist Katie. Katie is a travel writer who’s been tasked with returning to her small hometown to write about the Harvest Festival.

While there, Katie happens to bump into a former boyfriend, while also encountering a new romantic interest.

It’s a pretty classic Hallmark narrative, and one that I feel works very well. As it’s set against the backdrop of autumn, or I guess fall, the scenery is gorgeous. And so many pumpkins! That part of it definitely made my heart happy.

The narrative itself develops well. Katie stays true to her character while undergoing some personal growth. With regards to the romantic aspect of this standard Hallmark plot, I actually found it to be quite unpredictable, which is a refreshing change. I’m not saying it was entirely unexpected, but there were a few threads that I wasn’t sure quite how they’d tie them all together again.

Katie as a character was quite likeable, though suitably flawed so as to give her an interesting character journey. Well directed, well written, some great characters. I was particularly fond of Noah, who’s played by Landy Cannon.

In all, Home for Harvest is an enjoyable film with all of the blueprints of a sweet and entertaining Hallmark film.