I recently received the DVD When Calls the Heart – Lost and Found DVD to review. Produced and directed by Michael Landon Jr. and inspired by the best-selling books by Janette Oke, When Calls the Heart tells the story of Elizabeth Thatcher, a young high society teacher receiving her first classroom post in a prairie town in the Western Frontier. When Calls the Heart- Lost and Found is a feature length film that features the first two episodes of the When Calls the Heart television series.
When Calls the Heart – Lost & Found – DVD Review
When Calls the Heart – Lost and Found picks up Elizabeth’s upon her arrival in Coal Valley, a small coal mining town where life is simple, but hard. Elizabeth soon learns that an explosion in the mine has recently killed many men from the town. The mine owner tells the widows and their children that they must move out of the company housing. Many have nowhere to go and no money to go anywhere. The newly widowed women find their faith is tested when they must go to work in the mines to keep a roof over their heads. The mine owner has told them that if they get a certain amount of work done in the mine by his deadline, they can keep their homes. Elizabeth helps the town to work together to help these families keep their homes.
You can read my review of When Calls the Heart, the first movie made. I was a little disappointed that Lost & Found didn’t pick up where the first movie left off. Over all, though, I enjoyed the first two episodes in the When Calls the Heart tv series. This is a great show for families to watch together. The whole family will love it.
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