Yesterdays Dreams

DVD Release: January 1, 2008
Yesterdays Dreams


A simple courtship story about a 40-year-old septic tank cleaner who lives with his abusive father, yet yearns to meet a woman to settle down with and raise a family.

Dove Review

“Yesterdays Dreams” is an excellent film about the real meaning of marriage and companionship. The film is about a good natured and big hearted man named Harvey who is constantly brought down by his drunk and verbally abusive father. He meets a woman and after a series of events bring them close, they become engaged. The film expresses the importance of strong meaningful relationships and reveals that when you meet the right one, God will let you know. The film has only a few inappropriate words and a few instances that would make this more for children twelve and up although most adults would enjoy this film due to the subject matter of marriage. Dove is proud to award the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this film.

Content Description

Sex: Harvey’s father makes sexual advances at Vienna; an engaged couple kiss.
Language: Butt-1; H-2; Cr*p-5; P-4; Who*e- 5; B-2; SOB- 1
Violence: Son picks up his drunk and abusive father and yells at him; father pulls a gun on his son.
Drugs: Harvey’s father is shown throughout the movie smoking a cigar and drinking alcohol; Harvey’s friend Jake is shown drinking a beer; a bar scene is shown.
Nudity: Harvey gets out of bed wearing only boxer shorts (side view of bare chest).
Other: Harvey’s father yells at the town preacher and argues with him; father calls his son “worthless” and has no faith in him; Harvey’s father makes Vienna feel uncomfortable by calling her a prostitute; father continuously hurts his son by verbally abusing him.


Company: Pisces Prod
Writer: Kevin Foster
Director: Scott Thomas
Producer: Kevin Foster
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 95 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Candice Moore