Annabelle Wilson is suddenly widowed after a 32-yearmarriage to her husband, Fred. They have lived on Nantucket the entire time, running their hardware store and going to the movies every week.
While reading his last will and testament she discovers that upon his death he wishes to be cremated and have hisashes put in 'a box of chocolates' because Forrest Gump was his favorite movie.This discovery begins a whole new season of her life where she sets out to fulfill her own long, lost dreams.She makes a list of their favorite 20 movies, sells her house andthe hardware store, and leaves her life on Nantucket behind forever. She travels to Scotland first, in honor of BRAVEHEART,where she meets a crusty Inn owner named Lord Howard Awd.
Annabelle is immediately stunned and seduced by the sheer power and passionate beauty of the Scottish countryside.Her breath is literally taken away by the ancient landscapes draped first in sunlight, then raindrops, then rainbows. She finds herself profoundly aware that this country is going to impact her very soul in ways she could never have imagined. In Lock Lomond she check s into inn owned by and operated by a crusty, weathered Scotsman, Lord Howard Awd.Polar opposites, Annabelle and Howard spend one week discovering secrets they've never shared and develop an unlikely friendship. Will it lead to a last chance at love for both of them? There's a complication: Howard is scheduled to be married at the end of the week!
Review: Enduring film, however feels like it was over edited in the early stages of the film skipping a beat. As the story of second chances in love develops it improves. finding your happiness can be difficult but sometimes it's just right in front of you like 'whisky and wine'.