Listen To Your Heart (2010)
New York City songwriter Danny (Kent Moran) fights for the love of deaf beauty Ariana (Alexia Rasmussen) after her wealthy, controlling mother (Cybill Shepherd) prevents them from seeing one another in this urban romantic drama. Inspired by Ariana to compose a series of soul stirring ballads that she will tragically never hear, Danny realizes that he has finally found the love of his life as Ariana takes her first tenuous steps toward independence after leading a sheltered childhood.
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Cast: Alexia Rasmussen, Kent Moran, Cybill Shepherd, Shirley Knight, Frank Watson, Ernie Sabella, Lisa Benner, Amy Clare Lockwood, Matthew Philips, Robert Ousley
Director: Matt Thompson
Summary: Struggling musician Danny Foster (Kent Moran) never dreamed he'd fall in love with a woman who couldn't hear his compositions. But when he meets Ariana (Alexia Rasmussen), a privileged girl who lost her hearing in childhood, he's willing to believe anythings possible. As the young couple's love takes hold, however, Ariana's overbearing mother (Cybill Shepherd) proves to be their most vocal critic.
My Thoughts: "What an emotionally draining roller-coaster of a film. I say that because it's uplifting, sad, inspiring, depressing, and more. I haven't cried so much watching a film in quite some time. The two leads are very much believable in their character's and have great chemistry, which without it the film would not have worked. It's a bittersweet love story. Cybill Shepherd plays the controlling mother so well, it's like she's been playing the role all her life. It's a great film. Puts this in your list of films to see if it's not there already."
Alexia Rassmusen and Kent Moran as the two leads have an on-screen chemistry that works, and makes this movie rather nice. I have to say that it bothered me alot, though, when all of a sudden her friend from school, and our male lead, knew fluent sign language. But, otherwise, this was a decent movie. Nice music, too, which was a plus...More
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