Friday, April 22, 2016


WILDFLOWER is a psychological thriller offering a message of HOPE for victims 
of trauma. For anyone who has ever felt alone, WILDFLOWER helps shine the light 
on God’s purpose and plan. 
Important Dates 
be available on DVD and VOD April 5th, 2016 and airing on 
Lifetime Movie Network in June.  
Key MessagingWILDFLOWER is a powerful reminder that hope can be found 
even in the darkest, loneliest moments.
Importance of staying connected and involved in the lives of your kids  

WILDFLOWER offers message of hope for those struggling – "You’re not 

Film Synopsis Creatively gifted, college student Chloe Moray (portrayed by 
Nathalia Ramos, known for BRATZ, Arrested DevelopmentHouse of Anubis
finds solace from a difficult childhood in her extraordinary art. But when an 
alarming dream begins to recur nightly, Chloe starts to believe that it might be 
a suppressed memory and that she may have witnessed a terrible crime as a 
little girl. Her search for peace takes her on a journey that forces Chloe to 
confront her past traumas and leads her to cross paths with Josh (Cody 
Longo, known for NOT TODAY, Hollywood Heights, Nashville), a young 
man dealing with his own painful loss. Together they find in each other someone 
they can trust as they seek to unlock a cold-case mystery from years before. But 
with the authorities blocking the way, Chloe's new-found hope is challenged in 
this powerful story of faith, triumph and healing.

My thoughts: WILDFLOWER is definitely  an attention grabber! 
Wow! Everybody things Chloe is crazy and no one takes her 
seriously -- except Josh who is facing his own terrible past. 
Despite being warned away from her and rescuing her from 
situations that would've made most people wonder and back 
away, Josh remained loyal, believing Chloe as she struggled 
through what is haunting her. A very touching, moving, 
suspenseful movie that is wrought with tension. My entire 
family loved this movie. Highly recommended. 5 stars. 

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