The Seventh Stream

Network Premier: December 9, 2001
DVD Release: June 18, 2002
The Seventh Stream
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Synopsis

Owen Quinn loved his quiet life as a fisherman in an Irish village, but since his wife died five years ago, his world has been empty and meaningless. During a fierce storm in the middle of the night, he meets Mairead, a beautiful, mysterious woman who has magical powers. He soon falls in love with her. Filmed entirely on location in Ireland, the scenery is harsh but beautiful.

Dove Review

Owen Quinn loved his quiet but challenging life as an Irish fisherman. Since his wife died, however, Quinn’s world has been empty. But when he encounters Mairead, a beautiful woman in distress, wonderful things start happening. Quinn – and his whole sleepy village – seem magically reborn. Quinn finds himself falling in love – but this mysterious woman raises suspicions among his friends and neighbors. Where did she come from? Will she vanish as quickly as she appeared? Quinn has stumbled into a mystery straight out of Irish folklore. Hallmark does it again will a very well crafted tale that is well written, acted and produced.

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Company: Hallmark Home Entertainment
Writer: John Gray
Director: John Gray
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 98 min.
Industry Rating: TV-PG
Starring: Scott Glenn and Saffron Burrows
Reviewer: Carol Verbrugge