This is a beautifully scripted and well dramatised movie from the Harlequin series based on the novel of the same title by Laurel Pace. Nominated for two Gemini awards, this movie will pull at your heart strings, pose and answer a lot life questions. Any one who has ever been separated from their family by war or revolution must know how painful and hard it must be, and there are thousands in our society today who are victims of such tragedies of war. Unimaginable must be the joy and happiness that accompany a successful reunion of such families when they are lucky to find each other again. In this movie we experience the manifold emotions, frustrations, anxiety, joy and elation that accompany the quest to trace one's family and reunite them.
Cosmetic magnate Kitty Ridgewood was separated from her family seventy years ago during the Russian revolution. With the death of her husband she has become more aware of her mortality and now wishes to find her family. The only clue she had to go on was a photograph with a little girl standing near a music box. She asked her niece Jordan Kirkland, a genealogist to help her trace her family in Budapest, the last place she remembers before she was brought to the states. Jordan `s quest to find her aunt's relatives and reunite them unleashes a chain of events that led to several murders, conflicts and the search for the priced musical box in the photograph, a Faberge worth millions. It also uncovers the worst kind of treachery and betrayal that almost blew the family apart. However the joy of reunion served to heal and erase the ugly betrayal of the past. In parallel to that, Jordan a divorcee also finds true love and romance with a key member of the family that puts a seal on their happiness.
Starring Mel Harris, Rob Stewart, Olivier Tobias, Jennifer Dale, Frances Hyland, Vivien Reis and Charmion King, you can't go wrong with this DVD