Hamlet and Hutch

DVD Release: May 13, 2014
Hamlet and Hutch
Dove "Family-Approved"
For Ages 12 and Over

Synopsis

Hutch is an aging Broadway star suffering from Alzheimer’s who is forced to move in with his family in the countryside so he can be cared for. Hamlet is a dog without a home who is adopted by Hutch’s great-granddaughter. United by the love of the theatre, this trio proves that anything is possible if you BELIEVE!

Dove Review

“Hamlet and Hutch” is a wonderful movie about a young woman with a young daughter and takes in her grandfather who, unknowingly to her, has Alzheimer’s. Hutch has been in the theater for years but now is a little confused. His granddaughter and great granddaughter are in need of help to save the theater and the question is-can Libby get his help? She believes she can.

There are many families in the world today that deal with this problem of a loved one with Alzheimer’s. This movie brings to light the confusion for the person with the disease and also the frustration for family members. It also shows the importance of the adoption of rescue animals for the elderly. The most important virtues are about helping those around you, believing in your dreams and having confidence in yourself. We are pleased to award this film our Dove “Family Approved” Seal for Ages 12 and over.

Content Description

Sex: A couple kisses.
Language: OG-2
Violence: Man takes dog that does not belong to him; man drives and drinks and almost hits man on side of road; man tries to sell dog that is not his.
Drugs: A man drinks and drives.
Nudity: A man in robe and boxers with no shirt.
Other: A family deals with elderly person with Alzheimer's, man wanders off and is lost, man leaves gas on in house.

Info

Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
Source: Video
Company: Millennium Entertainment
Writer: Cas Sigers
Director: Carelton Holt, Jared Young, Matthew Young
Producer: Carelton Hold, Jan Mullins, Cas Siegers, Terri J. Vaughn
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Burt Reynolds; Emma Rayne Lyle; Elizabeth Leiner, Terri J. Vaughn