By Rachel Weight
The award-winning World War II love story
Beautiful Dreamer will screen 11 a.m., January 11 at
Marjorie Luke Theatre. This touching independent film has already
won awards for Best Feature Film and Audience favorite at its five
previous film festivals.
Directed by Terri Farley-Teruel, this old-fashioned romance
stars Brooke Langton, Colin Egglesfield and James Denton. Claire
Kelly (Langton) watches her world fall apart when her husband Joe
(Egglesfield), a pilot during World War II, is shot down and
reported dead. Years later Claire learns her husband is alive and
begins a road trip to find Joe, only to learn he has been struck
with amnesia and forgotten her entirely, now living a new life.
Denton stars as the war-trauma specialist who advises Claire to act
cautiously, because her presence could ultimately destroy the man
she once knew as her husband. Will she try and force the
relationship, or selflessly walk away to let fate runs its
Dedicated to the B-24 Starduster Liberator crew of WWII, the
stunning visuals and moving story about the tenderness of love
trying to overcome the devastation of war will remind audiences why
they go to the cinema.