In Falling for Vermont, Hallmark’s new fall-romance movie, a book author with amnesia finds joy in apple picking and a new romance after waking up in a strange but charming Vermont town. Falling for Vermont is one of six all-new movies Hallmark Channel is introducing for their Fall Harvest movie event. The drama romance is directed by David Winning. The script credits go to Jay Baxter and Shaun Zaken. The story is written by Michael G. Larkin and stars Julie Gonzalo and Benjamin Ayres.
A Closer Look at Falling for Vermont
Filmed in Agassiz, British Columbia, Canada, Falling for Vermont provides all the enchanting aspects of the fall season: the slight rustling of the winds, the falling colorful leaves, and the prospect of a new love.
Meet Angela Young, a smart and sophisticated book author who is on the cusp of even greater success now that her book series will be turned into a movie. It’s the dream of every book author, but it’s all too much for Angela, who just wants to get away and enjoy the scenery of fall.
Soon we meet Angela Young’s boyfriend, who also happens to be her business manager. With him, it’s always all work and no play. As her boyfriend/manager wheels and deals, forcing her to do book expos and other promotions, Angela makes plans to get away from the media hype.
Grabbing her keys and heading North, Angela Young is going to pick apples and watch the fall foliage. However, it’s lights out for Angela when she is caught in a terrible thunderstorm and ends up in a car accident.
She survives but wakes up the next morning on the other side of an embankment, and she can’t remember a thing. Lucky for Angela, she has landed in Hopedale, Vermont where she meets the handsome Dr. Jeff Callan, who happens to have a charming little place for Angela to stay while she tries to recoup her memory.
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While there, Angela takes in the peaceful surroundings. She adores Jeff’s family and has fallen madly in love with the town of Hopedale. With Jeff and the kids, she is able to engage in all of the wonderful activities of fall. However, as her memory slowly returns, Angela must decide whether to go back to her former world as a busy book writer with no life or whether to stay in Hopedale, where life with Jeff is all she could ever hope for.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Falling for Vermont airs this Saturday, September 23, at 9/8 p.m. Central on the Hallmark Channel. Recently, TV Crime Sky reported on Hallmark’s movie Sun, Sand, & Romance.
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