Bounding its way onto Hallmark very shortly is the dog-tastic romantic drama, A Tail of Love. The movie stars Brittany Bristow, Chris McNally, Jayne Eastwood, Humberly González, and Moxie the dog, and follows the story of dog rescuer who finds romance with a soldier, while trying to stop her rescue centre from closing.
The official blurb for A Tail of Love (via Hallmark) reads as follows: “Bella (Bristow) runs a dog rescue with her grandmother Lily (Eastwood), a passion project started by her late grandfather. The rescue’s future is put into question when they discover they’re losing funding from their main sponsor – a dog food company being sold following the owner’s passing.
“JR (McNally), the late owner’s son, is a soldier who is home on leave to handle the details of the sale. While visiting the rescue, JR quickly bonds with Indie (Moxie), a retired military dog, and continues to stop by to spend time with his new, four-legged friend.
“When Bella learns that the rescue’s property is also being sold, she turns to JR for help in finding the missing document proving her grandparents purchased the land many years before. In the process, Bella and JR become close and start to fall for each other, but JR’s upcoming return to active duty could put a halt to their budding romance.”
A Tail of Love is a Leif Films Media production, with Leif Bristow, Michael McLaughlin, Joe Want, Rick Garman, Mark Gingras and Danny Webber on board as executive producers. Agnes Bristow and Borga Dorter are producers on the film.
As well as being a co-producer, Agnes Bristow wrote the teleplay for A Tail of Love, which is based on a story she wrote with Kim Saltarski and Richard Beattie. The movie is directed by Leif Bristow.
Should you want to check out this new romantic drama, A Tail of Love will air in the US on the Hallmark Channel on Saturday April 23rd at 8pm ET/PT. The movie will air as part of Hallmark’s ‘Spring Into Love’ season.
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