When Love Walks In
Irresponsible, distant, self-serving – these are the snapshots that describe John Redgrave (Kent C. Williamson). But that’s before his wife (Melissa Dawn Bryant) dies and leaves him alone to raise their three-year-old daughter (Savannah Grace). Emotionally devastated, John attempts to pick up the pieces of his shattered life as his overzealous father (Bill Williamson) rushes him to find a mother for his little girl. He could fall for Annelise Machiavelli (Maggie Jones), the aspiring artist he’s hired as a baby-sitter, but his lingering grief continues to make him hesitant and uncertain about committing to a new relationship. Though Annelise stands ready to teach him that even tragedy can open the door to new opportunity; self-doubt, selfish ambition, and a crazy potential mother-in-law (Terri Moore) always seem to get in the way.
Grief is always a difficult subject to deal with, but this movie does an excellent job. Even though this is a serious topic, this film gives you a few laughs as Art tries to set things in motion for John to find a new mother for Sierra. John has other thoughts about the future. This movie has many emotions such as sadness, comedy, joy, and love all wrapped into one. Watching this may give you thoughts about changes in your life.