CHANGE OF HEART

"It Takes One Person to Inspire a “Change of Heart”"

Quality:
Content: +2 Moderately questionable elements.
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What You Need To Know:

CHANGE OF HEART follows the story of a young woman named Diane who works for a Reality TV host. Diane’s car breaks down traveling to an assignment. She ends up staying at a quaint bed and breakfast called Forest Cove. Diane’s perspective changes when she meets the lovely owner, Helen, and Helen’s adult son, Andy, who focus on the personal touches that make Forest Cove unique. Diane books an episode for the Reality TV program to help Forest Cove’s owners, but the program’s host wants to do a hit piece instead. 

CHANGE OF HEART is heartwarming and highlights the importance of community and tradition. The story is very entertaining, and the characters are endearingCHANGE OF HEART has a strong moral worldview with redemptive values. It promotes selflessness, love, family, and community. For example, a bed and breakfast owner offers a woman a free place to stay when her car breaks down, a man takes care of his mother after his father passes away, and love conquers hateCHANGE OF HEART has a positive message and can be enjoyed by all ages. 

Content:

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Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Very strong moral worldview with redemptive elements promotes selflessness, love against hate, family, and community

Foul Language:
No obscenities or profanities

Violence:
No violence

Sex:
No sex but two characters kiss

Nudity:
No nudity

Alcohol Use:
No alcohol

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking or drugs; and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Narcissism and lying, but rebuked.

More Detail:

A TV movie on UPtv, CHANGE OF HEART follows the story of a young woman named Diane who works for a Realty TV program and ends up staying at a quaint bed and breakfast that Diane would like to promote on the program, but the program’s host has other plans. CHANGE OF HEART is heartwarming and endearing, with a strong moral worldview promoting selflessness, love, family, and community.

The movie opens with a Reality TV producer named Diane assigned a task to check out a new 5-star spa hotel in California. The drive to the spa is hours away, and Diane’s car breaks down ion the way. She walks to the nearest place to stay, which happens to be a smaller local bed and breakfast called Forest Cove.

Forest Cove is owned by a lovely woman named Helen and her adult son, Andy. Although the bed and breakfast is old and rundown, the memories and community spirit keep visitors coming back there. Diane extends her stay at the bed and breakfast and spends time with Helen cooking and cleaning. Andy tells Diane the place is losing money and might have to shut down. After hearing the news, Diane decides that her reality television boss should review Forest Cove instead of the expensive spa because he could give the bed and breakfast some positive marketing.

Diane and Andy begin spending time together fixing up Forest Cove, so that it will look great for the television episode. Andy and Diane grow close, but Andy’s hesitant to start a relationship because he’s decided to move to Australia.

Eventually, Diane finds out that her boss wants to make Forest Cove look bad for more ratings. He stages pranks to make the house look disastrous and outdated. When Diane finds out about his plan, she stages her own plan to get Helen and Andy to back out of the TV episode. However, Helen has faith that everything will all work out and decides to follow through with the TV special anyway.

Can Diane figure out a way protect Forest Cove?

CHANGE OF HEART is heartwarming and highlights the importance of community and tradition. The story is very entertaining, and the characters are endearing. CHANGE OF HEART has a very strong moral worldview with some redemptive values that promotes selflessness, love, family, and community. For example, a bed and breakfast owner offers a woman a free place to stay when her car breaks down, a man takes care of his mother after his father passes away, two adults decide to get married, and love conquers hate at the end of the movie. This movie has a positive message and can be enjoyed by all ages.