October Kiss

Synopsis: Poppy Summerall finds it hard to commit - to a man, to a job, you name it. Someone points out to her how good she is with kids, so she hires herself out as a nanny to a workaholic widower with two children. She teaches them all how powerful and joyful love and everyday occurrences can be.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Lynne Stopkewich
Production: Crown Media Productions
  3 nominations.
84 min

and if we can land this,

that number doubles.

Yeah, I know.

I hear what you're saying.

Well, I don't think

it's that complicated,

we just...

we just tell them who we are.

You know, we're a young,

proven company,

we've got apps that work,

and this one has

a great interface,

it's simple.


Yeah, and I just think

we share, like,

you know, the comments,

you know, it's got...

here I've got 'em right here.

I gotta call you back.

Oh, sure, yup.

Can I help you?


I'm Poppy Summerall.

Temporarily for you.

I made a business card

and everything.


You're Megan's sister.

And you're Ryan Larson.

Yeah, come on in.

Thank you!

Any trouble finding the place?

No, I just looked for

the only house on the block

without Halloween decorations.

Yeah. Yeah, uh...

Halloween was kind of

my wife's thing.

Oh. I'm sorry.

I didn't mean to...

No, no, no,

it's okay.

It's been almost four years now.

Anyway, thank you for coming.

My company is expanding

one of our apps,

so it's...

It's crunch time.

I can crunch.


Great, well,

let me introduce you.


Hey, guys!

Come and meet Poppy.

Do we have to?

She's your new nanny, so yes.

But we don't want a new nanny.

Tell them I'm a mermaid.

She's a mermaid!


I told you she's not a real mermaid.

- That's Zoe.

- Hi, Zoe.


And that boy hiding

behind his big sister is Zach.

Hello, Zach.

You know, I've got a big sister, too.

Her kids go to your school.


They'll warm right up to you.

That's okay.

They must have really liked

their last nanny.

Oh, that's... a long story.

I'm on my way.

Okay, are we good to go?

Yeah, all nannied up.


I don't usually work Sundays,

but this is a crazy week, so...

Um, emergency numbers

are on the fridge.

Here are these,

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