Sunday, December 13, 2015

{Review} When Calls the Heart: Heart & Home DVD

When Calls the Heart: Heart and Home is the fourth movie for Season 2 of the series. The fourth movie picks up where the third ended. Again, these movies are the same as the television series by the same name. They are simply the episodes put together in to a movie length format (running time is 84 minutes for this particular movie). It's all the same content as seen on television. The DVDs do include some behind the scene footage in addition to the episodes. This is how I discovered Daniel Lissing, who plays Constable Jack, is actually Australian.

In this fourth volume, Jack and Elizabeth once more find themselves back in Hamilton to deal with the after affects of Jack's brother, Tom, and Elizabeth's sister, Julia, and their car accident. It becomes obvious that the two are hiding something about the accident and it puts a strain on Elizabeth and Jack and their growing romance. It also continues to complicate the relationship between Jack and Elizabeth's family.

The secondary story lines also continue. Henry Gowan, who ran the now defunct coal mine, has managed to become Mayor of Hope Valley and continues to cause issues and pull strings to get his way. Abigail is still dealing with Bill Avery in their very complicated relationship.While Rosemary and Lee continue to explore their blossoming relationship.

I continue to thoroughly enjoy this family friendly drama. In fact, I went and re-watched all of Season 1 and I have now finished Season 2 (more reviews coming!). I will happily watch them again and again.

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