Brittany Runs a Marathon
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Aaaaack, until I read the synopsis, I had no idea that this is a Hallmark movie. I guess it follows the pattern. Audrey has devoted her life to looking after her mentally challenged sister, and her other sister's kids. As a result, she has had no life of her own.
Along comes her former boyfriend, who is back in town selling his family's property after his wife passed away, and sure enough, the sparks start flying again. It is interesting to find a movie that features a challenged kid so prominently. You don't see that very often.
I LOVE Hallmark movies!!!
A tender touching movie that is running on Hallmark channel tonight again. Lovely.
Beyond boring. Not surprising there's no "fan club" for it.