Whisper Island

Theatrical Release: September 17, 2007
DVD Release: July 7, 2009
Whisper Island
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Synopsis

Abandoned by the only family she has ever known, Christine Winton stows away to a deserted island in search of her father. There she meets Eric, a mysterious young man with a tragic secret – he’s lost all memory of his past. But others haven’t, and Eric’s dark secrets catch up with him, leaving Christine with nothing but a promise: “I will come back for you.”

Now an old woman, Christine still waits for Eric at her faded ranch near the shores of Whisper Island. About to be repossessed, the only hope for the ranch lies in a pair of unlikely teenagers and their search for fabled Civil War treasure. In a race against time, the teens must unravel a web of romance, intrigue and betrayal that could finally solve the mystery of Whisper Island and help Christine reunite with her lost love.

Dove Review

Here is an interesting adventure with a little romance thrown in. The tale goes back and forth between the past and the present. The past is where Christine, Eric and another man are on an island looking for the treasure that has been buried there many years before by her grandfather. The story jumps to the present and is about two young teens looking for the same treasure to save the ranch where Christine now lives. As the story plays out you find out what really happened in the past.

It is a charming adventure that keeps you interested to the very end. The entire family will enjoy this wholesome entertaining movie. We award the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages to this wholesome and wonderful story.

Content Description

Sex: A couple kiss; woman flirts with man.
Language: None
Violence: Man takes girl's food; man falls off horse; two men fight; man gets shot; girl hits man with shovel; man points gun at girl; man falls over cliff.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Dreamchaser Ent. Inc.
Writer: Mark Goodman
Director: Mark Goodman
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe