The Immigrant Garden

Theatrical Release: February 19, 2004
DVD Release: February 19, 2004
The Immigrant Garden
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Synopsis

Daffodils and Dahlias are not the only things that blossom in “The Immigrant Garden.” Self-discovery, tolerance, friendship, knowledge, and respect for others grow out of the correspondence between the gentle drama’s two main characters, young Cecily Barnes and 80 year old Louise Beauchamp, the elderly woman with whom she exchanges letters.

Dove Review

“The Immigrant Garden” is a moving and touching film about the relationships that evolve between very different people. Played with pride and sophistication, “The Immigrant Garden” is a great glimpse into the lives of both the young and old. This movie takes you into the worlds of Cecily Barnes and Louise Beauchamp and how their differences eventually bring them closer together.

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Info

Company: Northwest Film Projects
Director: C. Tad Devlin
Producer: C. Tad Devlin
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 104 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: KD Lukens