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The Note is a television movie directed by Douglas Barr and starring Genie Francis and Ted McGinley The movie aired on Hallmark Channel in December 2007 It is based on the novel by Angela Hunt It was filmed on location in Hamilton, Ontario
- 1 Plot summary
- 2 Cast
- 3 Differences from the novel
- 4 Promotion
- 5 Reception
- 6 Sequel
- 7 External links
- 8 References
Newspaper columnist Peyton MacGruder Genie Francis finds a note addressed simply to 'T', washed up on shore It appears to be from the victim of a recent plane crash, and carries a message of hope and forgiveness from a father to his child MacGruder's readership is down on her column called "Heart Healer", and the paper is going to dump it unless she starts to write from the heart Inspired, MacGruder decides to find the intended recipient of the note, all the while logging her journey through her article As the mystery unfolds, the note affects each person she contacts significantly
- Genie Francis as Peyton MacGruder
- Ted McGinley as Kingston "King" Danville
- Rick Roberts as Truman Harris
- Genelle Williams as Mandi
- Maria Ricossa as Nora
- Katie Boland as Christine
- Jim Codrington as Reverend Tim Lavery
- Heather Hanson as Taylor Quist
- Gord Rand as Tanner Walton
Differences from the novel
- The book does not take place in the winter time, therefore it is not surrounded by the Christmas holiday
- The book's events take place in Tampa Bay, Florida In the movie, the events transpire in Middleborough, North Carolina
- In the movie, Katie Boland's character is named Christine In the book, she's named Lila
To support the premiere of the film, Hallmark Channel launched a website on October 22, 2007 called wwwWhatWouldYouWritecom, where viewers could submit their own personalized notes to family and friends and answer the question ‘who would you reach out to if you only had a minute’ The website has since been disconnected
The Note became Hallmark Channel’s highest-rated film of 2007 and third highest all-time rating
Movie Room Reviews stated:
The Note is truly a heartwarming tale that is fun for the whole family It offers a story with a deep meaning and hidden storyline It also demonstrates how someone seemingly up against a wall yet continuing to be pushed, can remain resilient
However, DVD Verdict called it "syrupy", but that fans of other Hallmark Channel-type fare will "find a treasure trove of positivity and middle-aged sexual tension"
Due to the success of the movie for Hallmark Channel, a sequel was made, entitled Taking a Chance on Love, which was written by Douglas Barr The Note author Angela Hunt did a novelization of Barr's script The original cast returned to reprise their roles
Another sequel, Notes From the Heart Healer, was broadcast on May 12, 2012
- The Note on Hallmark Channel
- The Note on IMDb
- The Note at AllMovie
- ^ Hallmark Channel Press Release 10/17/2008
- ^ Hallmark Channel Press Release 9/24/2007
- ^ Christian Cinema Newsdesk 1/8/2009
- ^ Futon Critic: Hallmark Channel Press Release 12/2/2008
- ^ Christian Cinema Product Catalog
- ^ MovieRoomReviewscom The Note Movie Review
- ^ DVD Verdict The Note Review
- ^ Futon Critic: Hallmark Channel Press Release 10/17/2008
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