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Summer in February DVD Review and #Giveaway


        On August 12th, 2014, Cinedigm and Tribeca Film released Summer in February on DVD! I knew right away this would be the traditional tradgic love story set in a time that I absolutely love!  I sometimes believe I was born in the wrong decade and absolutely love the different love stories of each era!


        The synopsis says "Adapted from the book by Jonathan Smith, Summer in February is set in an idyllic artist colony in England, 1913, as the world stands on the brink of war. When fledgling artist Munning (Cooper) and his best friend Gilbert (Stevens) meet the beautiful Florence Carter-Wood (Browning), romance soon blossoms between Munning and Carter-Wood. However, Gilbert finds that he is falling in love with her as well. As the country is brought to its knees with the start of the World War I, the deeply moving film follows the heartbreaking love triangle that ensues to its tragic result."

        With popular actors like, Dominic Cooper (Captain America), Screen Actors Guild Award® winner Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey”) and Emily Browning (Pompeii, Sucker Punch), I knew I was going to enjoy this one.  Of course it was a typical girlie movie where the end is very predictable.  However, I felt zoned in throughout.  I loved seeing all the big name actors from the shows I watch constantly and this one played into my love of the hopeless romantic stories.

Price: $14.93
Recommendation:  Now I thought this was a cute movie!  Yes a little slow moving maybe for someone Alana's age but I thought it was very realistic and I could see this happening to just about any one of my friends (or even possibly myself if I wasn't already married)!
Director: Christopher Menaul
Screenwriter: Jonathan Smith
Producer: Jeremy Cowdrey, Janette Day, Pippa Cross, Dan Stevens
Editors: Chris Gill, St. John O'Rorke
Cinematographer: Andrew Dunn
Cast: Dominic Cooper, Dan Stevens, Emily Browning
Year: 2013
Length: 101 minutes
Language: English
Country: U.K.
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Twitter:  @Cinedigm

Giveaway:  Cinedigm is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers Summer in February DVD of their own!
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27 comments:

  1. Right now.I have my kids and a good life.

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  2. The 50's because it was a fun tim

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  3. i would have to say 80s so i could go back and fix all the mistakes i made

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  4. Now, to be here in this time raising my great granddaughter and to see what she sees.

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  5. The years right after high school (late 1960's) when the world was full of possibilities.

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  6. I would have to say the fifties for me, things were just a little less fast paced back then.

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  7. I would like to go back to the fifties, life just seemed to be less fast paced back then.

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  8. My favorite era is the fifties & sixties. Life was easier then and the poodle skirts were fabulous. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  9. The giveaways are fun and it's so exciting when you receive your prize! Thank you for your blog!!

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  10. I like westerns. I think that the pioneers were brave and strong. I wonder if we could do that today. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  11. I like westerns. I think that the pioneers were brave and strong. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  12. My favorite era is the 1950's because I like the cars and clothes. BWallace1980(at)Hotmail(d0t)com

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  13. don't really have a favorite era, quite a lot of human history sounds really horrible - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  14. I like the 80's because of the clothes

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  15. I like the 1920's because that is when my grandmother was a young woman, I loved hearing her stories about when she was young.

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  16. I don't really have a favorite.

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  17. My fav is the 80's, when I was a teenager and in high school.

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  18. The 1970s; the music was the most magnificent!

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  19. The music from the 70's were the best!

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  20. I like learning about the 1940's era. The sacrifices made by The Greatest Generation to keep the world safe are amazing.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  21. I have always wished to live in the Victorian era, but not as a servant!

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  22. I like the 50's because of the cars.

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  23. I like the present time. I have a good life, comfortable, kids, etc..

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  24. I like the 50's and the 60's it was a much simpler time, before electronics!

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  25. The 80's because I had great times then

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  26. I love your giveaways! I would like to be able to see my comments after I submit them.

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