A great Christian drama based on the novel by Lynn Austin.
When Eliza's father-in-law suddenly dies during the Depression, she's left with two young children, an unharvested orange crop on a farm that is heavily mortgaged, and no money. Bible-quoting Aunt Batty urges her to have faith. Gabe Harper, a wandering veteran with wonderful manners and an air of mystery, is willing to help with the harvest, but the mortgage payment is due in less than 30 days. As the family fights to complete the harvest in time to make the mortgage payment, Eliza and Aunt Batty discover that Gabe is a writer, and Gabe and Eliza fall in love.
~An excerpt from Lynn Austin's upcoming book "A Womans Place"
~Hidden Places discussion Guide
Great movie with outstanding values. Its worth the purchase price and then some. Just buy it you won't be disappointed.
(Posted on 2/27/17)
The movie was fantastic. Modesty was of priority. Loved the plot. I would have liked to have seen an ending where there was resolution of the conflict with the main character's father. It kind of left you hanging in that respect. It was wonderful to see how God worked in the lives of these people and to experience the kindness of the sheriff. (Posted on 12/21/16)