“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant.” ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
With fall upon us, we are entering into a season where nights are getting longer and colder, so we spend more reading and film viewing.
Harvest, a 2010 movie release, is about relationships, and coming to terms with the past, the immediate and the future as changes in family dynamics affect everyone involved. Issues of both aging and coming of age will be relatable to many viewers. The challenges, with both, put focus on the meaning of family making the story “undeniably heartfelt,” according to Newsday. The lovely seaside setting adds to the overall beauty of the movie.
Harvest has gathered many awards in it’s basket from some very prestigious film festivals. To read the full summary of the movie , go to http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1302001/. The film can be ordered from the Internet Movie Database also.
Want an educational alternative with an adult subject? Check out this award-winning, independent documentary about harvesting grapes and winemaking in the Sonoma Valley. Harvest: The Blood, Sweat and Tears that Go into Every Bottle might better satisfy your tastes in movies. http://www.harvestmovie.com/
This weekend may be a good time to visit a local orchard to harvest the fruit of the season. Come home and heat up some mulled cider, bake a fresh apple pie, then relax and enjoy one of these movies with your family or your friends – because they are family also!
No matter how you decide to spend your weekend, make it fulfilling! And do return on Monday. This blog brought to you by www.CornerstoneFulfillmentService.com.