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Hallmark Movie 'Portrait of Love' Premieres Tonight, Stars Bree Williamson, Jason Dohring and Frances Fisher

Photo (left to right): Jason Dohring, Caitlin Carmichael, Bree Willamson Photo Credit: Copyright 2014 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Bryan Sheffield
Hallmark Channel Original Movie Portrait of Love premieres on Saturday, March 14 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars Bree Williamson (One Life to Live, Haven), Jason Dohring and Frances Fisher (Unforgiven, Titanic, The Edge of Night). The cast includes Corbin Bernsen (Psych, L.A. Law), Ella Thomas (Bones, All My Children) and Caitlin Carmichael (300: Rise of an Empire, Chosen).

Portrait of Love is an inspiring story that takes viewers on a journey of renewal and captures the essence of love as a prominent fashion photographer returns to her small town roots at the request of a friend. But surrounded by both memories and loved ones, she must consider a choice between a successful future or staying in her small town with the love of her life.

Watch a sneak peak below:



Portrait of Love is a Domain Media Production in association with Larry Levinson Productions. Larry Levinson is the executive producer. Lincoln Lageson is the producer. K.T. Donaldson directed from a script by Michael Votel, Jr. and Matt Marx and Jennifer Notas.

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Anonymous said…
I wanted to like the movie but didn't. I found the male lead character selfish. He dumped the female lead, got married and had a child. But, was upset with the femal lead for succeeding without him.... #NotCute #SillyPlot

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