Valley Inn

DVD Release: April 4, 2014
Valley Inn


“Valley Inn” tells the story of Emily Mason, a New Jersey college student, who finds herself in a dusty, dying small southern town, a thousand miles from home, selling Christian books door-to-door. Through a series of misadventures in the Book field, and her growing friendships with the endearing and often comical local residents, Emily begins to discover what is most valuable in life, at the Valley Inn. More than a movie, “Valley Inn” is a love letter to small-town America, a tribute to a quickly vanishing way of life. Above all, as all movies should, “Valley Inn” entertains and transports the audience. Just like Emily, audiences will fall in love with the Valley Inn, the small-town setting and all its quirky characters.

Dove Review

Emily Mason is a young girl with hopes and dreams of making great sales like her family members before her. She travels to a county in Arkansas. It’s nothing like she expected or was used to, but she becomes part of a small town there and gets to know the locals that come into the Valley Inn.

Small-town living is an experience she will never forget. The town accepts her as one of their own, and Emily finds that the sales life is not all that the company pushes it to be. She does well and, along the way, discovers that she can be all she wants to be without the hype of the door-to-door sales. She learns that the important things in life are the friendships and relationships.

“Valley Inn” is a charming story of one girl’s journey into a world she has never known, the small-town country lifestyle. It also shows how you that can make the best out of your life by not allowing a company to tell you what you must do to succeed.

This movie receives the Dove Family Approved Seal for ages 12-plus.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Young boys make a war film and carry guns; man threatens another; man with a gun threatens young lady to get off his property; man with gun
Sex: Man flirts with woman; couples kiss
Language: S-1; D-3; H-1; OMG-1; Crap-1; Nut huggers; old woman calls Jesus, "Jerry";
Violence: Young boys make a war film and carry guns; man threatens another; man with a gun threatens young lady to get off his property; man with gun
Drugs: Old woman smokes while on oxygen; discussion about drinking tequila; woman drinks liquor early in the morning; woman says she has brought her own tequila; discussion about man being a "meth head"
Nudity: Young lady gets into shower, but no nudity is shown; young women in nightwear; discussion about getting naked on a party barge; woman in nightgown and open robe comes into view of a man repairing electrical socket; mild cleavage; young man takes off shirt and jeans to go swimming, unsure if he is in bowers or swim trunks; young lady takes off blouse and swims in shorts and tank top;
Other: Company pushes people to sell and buy things; man tries to rig a contest; man takes advantage of others who are down and out; couple argues; parent pushes children to do what parent wants, not what the child wants


Company: Monarch Home Entertainment
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 120 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe