Sunday Cinema….The Lightkeepers 

A bottle of wine, some cheese and crackers and………….

   The Lightkeepers is a 2009 romantic comedy film directed by Daniel Adams. Adams also wrote the screenplay. The film stars Richard Dreyfuss and Blythe Danner.[1] The cast also includes Mamie Gummer and Tom Wisdom. The film was the final screen appearance of Julie Harris. Zana Messia wrote the film’s theme song.

TRAILER:

The LightKeeper by The Makem and Spain Brothers (Calen I think you’ll like these guys!)

If Your Wondering by Zana Messia

6 thoughts on “Sunday Cinema….The Lightkeepers 

  1. I LOVE Tom Wisdom! He plays Michael the Archangel in Dominion (which I hate but watch because of him! I just want to cuddle him like a stuffed animal! ^^’ I really do like that music. SO much good music, so little time! I like Mamie Gummer, too. Did you know she’s Meryl Streep’s daughter? I loved them together in “Evening.” (Natasha Richardson from that movie is Vanessa Redgrave’s daughter. So cool to see those mothers and daughters together.) This movie looks right up my alley. But I’ve never even heard of it. Thanks for telling me about it!

  2. So interesting, Linda. When I saw the poster picture, I thought that would a perfect movie for Mr. Quantum and me. I went over to Netflix, and found it in the DVD only section, and put it into our list. We’ve just finished one last night (Saving Mr. Banks – which I highly recommend). Then I watched the trailer you posted and I thought, that’s familiar! I think we may have seen it a long time ago! Will have to search the history. But it still sounds like a wonderful film Watching a good movie more than once is our specialty. 🙂

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