Secret at Arrow Lake

DVD Release: June 7, 2011
Secret at  Arrow Lake


Mia Williams, who was raised in the family Bed & Breakfast by Sara, a loving single mom grows up believing her father was lost, M.I.A., in the Gulf War. A tragic accident results in the sudden death of Sara and Mia finds herself alone to care for the B&B while attending college. Daniel Williams, a hard-edged businessman from New York, arrives at the B&B and Mia suspects he may be her lost father. The townsfolk believe he may be responsible for Sara’s death. As events unfold, Daniel clears his name and finds acceptance from the community and Mia finds a father at last.

Dove Review

Here is a film that the ladies will probably enjoy more than the guys will. It is a heartwarming story about a mother’s love for her child, a love so great that she goes to great lengths to protect her young daughter from the truth. Sara does not want her daughter Mia to know the real story about her father. The truth doesn’t exactly come out the way it should. But even after a misfortunate accident, Sara’s story takes a twist that brings a father’s love into Mia’s life.

This is a story of protection, love and compassion. Due to some content, we award this film the Dove “Family-Approved” 12+ Seal for ages 12 and older.

Content Description

Sex: A couple share a kiss; attempted rape but not graphic; discussion regarding a rapist.
Language: G/OMG-2; D-2; H-2; God, Christ and Our Lord in reverence.
Violence: Woman in car accident; hit and run accident; attempted rape not graphic; man thrown in lake; man grabs another man.
Drugs: Bar scene; consumption of alcoholic drinks.
Nudity: People in swimsuits.
Other: Woman not telling child the truth; DNA testing; man wrongly accused; a woman uses steam to open up a letter which is not her own.


Company: PureFlix
Writer: Bonnie Orr
Director: Brad Keller
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 97 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe