Hello, It's Me

Synopsis: Two years after her husband dies in a sudden accident, Annie and her two children are left to cope with the loss. Annie can't imagine falling in love again, until she meets a wealthy bachelor who is drawn to her free spirit. Afraid to love again, she longs for guidance when she starts to develop feelings for this new man. Her prayers are answered when she starts receiving communications from her late husband that encourage her to follow her heart.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Mark Jean
Production: Whizbang Films
  4 nominations.


Come on, guys.

Come on, kick it, Milo!

Go, go! Go! Oh!


A little help, honey?


I got it! I got him!

- I got him! I got him!


Go! Go! Go!

Go, go, it's all you!

Go, Milo!

- ALL:

- Yes!

World Cup champions!


(CHUCKLES) That's it!

- Goal!




- Goal!

- Yay!

- You're next, Annie!

- No, I am not next.

You're not allowed to

throw me into the goal. No.


I hope we got all that.


Last day of summer.

Anything else to say

before I turn this off?

Just that this has been

the best day of my life.

You say that every day.

'Cause it's true.

You are seriously the cheesiest

person I have ever met.

And that's why you love me.

I know.


- Oh, battery's dying.

Say goodbye to summer.



I guess we should pack up.

If you don't mind, I'm going to

take the boat out one more time.

Okay. I'll see you at home.

- Love you.

- I love you.

Mommy, could I have

a cookie now?

Not until your Dad gets back

from sailing, okay?


Hey, it's me.

I just put the kids to bed.

It's getting late and I'm worried

about this storm. Where are you?






Mom, the cookies are


What? Oh, no!

Oh, shoot!

Oh, no. Shoot!

Oh, my gosh.


Now I'm a batch behind.



- Nothing.

- Oh...

I promised I would take you and

Maddy to the mall, didn't I?

Okay. Okay, no,

I can make this work.


You know,

Maddy just texted me.

She said she can't make it.


Okay, well, maybe you could have her

come over and just kick the ball around?

Soccer tryouts are

next week, aren't they?

I don't know.

I'm not trying out.

You're not?

I thought you changed

your mind.

I bought you those cleats.

I don't need them.

Maybe you could spend

the money on, let's see...

Tickets to ComicFest?

Oh, sweetie, not this again.

Well, tickets just went on

sale like five minutes ago.

If we don't hurry,

it'll be like...

I told you, you're not going

until you're older.

Technically, I'm older than

the last time I asked.

Not quite yet.

Okay, okay.

Hey, since you're staying,

do you think I could get some help?

I'm so far behind.



Come on, you used

to love baking with me.

You used to love baking.

I'm hungry.

I know. We'll stop

and get something to eat

as soon as I drop these off.

Or I can have a cookie.

Uh, no, sweetie,

these are for work.

Daddy would've let me

sneak a cookie.

Dad would've taken me

to ComicFest.

I know.

I wish he were here too.

Can we go to the beach

on the way, Mom?

No, I really have to do

this for work, sweetie.

There's not enough time.

Come on, it's on the way,

just five minutes.

Please? Please?


Real quick. Okay.

Let's get this up, guys.


Yes! In you go.

Daddy loved it here.

I loved it here, too.

I can't believe

it's been two years.

Can we watch the video?

Sweetie, there's not really time.

We have to get going.

But Mom, I want to see Dad.



Just that this has been

the best day of my life.

You say that every


'Cause it's true.

You are seriously the

cheesiest person I've ever met.

And that's why

you love me.

I miss him.

I miss him, too.

- Say goodbye to summer.

- Bye.

Come on.

- Mom.

- Yeah, sweetheart?

How could you let me

have hair so stupid?


You mean the "I have

to have this hairstyle

or I'm never speaking

to you again" hair?

I'm so sorry.


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