After the death of his wife, Dr. Evan Gibbs and his 10-year-old son, Nate, leave Chicago to spend the summer setting up a clinic in the North Carolina mountains. Clashing against the ways of the small community of the small community, Evan is forced to deal with his recent loss while reconnecting with his son and learning a different pace of life.
When someone close to you dies, each of us deals with it in different ways. We sometimes forget that there are others around us that need our help too. This dramatic story tells how a small mountain town helps a doctor and his son overcome their grief and be a family once again. With wonderful mountain scenery and some heartwarming characters, this movie at times will bring laughter and tears.A good movie that tells a story without the use of foul language and violence is hard to find these days but this one fills the bill. There are also some qualities that the audience will observe. For example “you should not judge people until you get to know them” or “always let someone know where you are going.” It is recommended for 12+ because of some situations that may be upsetting to small children.