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Two estranged sisters are forced to live together when they inherit their father's struggling horse farm. The strain of reconciliation and financial difficulties put the future of the family farm in jeopardy.

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Two estranged sisters are forced to live together when they inherit their father's struggling horse farm. The strain of reconciliation and financial difficulties put the future of the family farm in jeopardy.

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20 April 2015 (Germany)  »

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Not too bad
6 August 2016 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I bought this movie on DVD for my husband who loves anything to do with horses. I wasn't expecting too much, but it was better than I thought it would be. If I had a complaint, it would be the continuous music playing in the background throughout most of the movie which proved to be a bit distracting.

There were a couple of singing performances in the movie which were pretty good.

I didn't know either of the actresses who played the sisters and neither of them are particularly attractive, especially the blonde one Nicole whose black hair roots were showing throughout. The guy who played the love interest was pretty bland and it was hard to see what both girls found attractive about him. As he was supposed to have plenty of money it was hard to figure out why he didn't just buy the struggling farm.

The horses were odd looking and seemed to be carrying a lot of extra weight which made them look quite awkward.

The interaction between the two sisters was interesting as they had been estranged for most of their lives. All in all, fairly predictable and I couldn't give it any more than five out of ten. If you can buy the DVD for under ten dollars, go for it.


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