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Bridge Part 2, The

Bridge Part 2, The

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Air Date Rating Share Against the
Sunday, March 20, 2016 N/A
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  • Season: 2015-2016
  • Network: Hallmark Movies/Myst
  • Genre: Drama
  • Category: Movies
  • Subject Matter: Love Story
  • Based On: Karen Kingsbury written by The Bridge

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Plot Synopsis

Based on the novel by Karen Kingsbury. In PART 1 Molly Callens and Ryan Kelly are two young students who share a profound friendship their first semester in college, a time that becomes the defining moment of their lives. At their favorite bookstore and coffee shop, The Bridge, they spend countless hours studying and inspiring each other to dream their 10-year goal. They bond with the owners of The Bridge, Charlie and Donna Barton, a couple who designed the bookstore as a place where people can connect and be part of an extended family. The first half of the movie concluded with Molly and Ryan's relationship being in question with their separate expectations for their futures -- Molly following in her father's footsteps as CEO of a large corporation, and Ryan pursuing his dreams of being a professional singer. PART 2 of the movie picks up in the present day, seven years later, with Ryan returning home from being on the road touring as a professional singer and Molly working at her father's corporation. After they both receive devastating news regarding The Bridge and their beloved friends Charlie and Donna, Molly and Ryan meet again in Franklin, TN. They are reminded of their unspoken love and dreams about a possible future together, which never happened. Maybe this time they can open their hearts to second chances -- for them, for Charlie and Donna, and for The Bridge.


Production Company:

  • Building Bridges Productions Inc.

Production Type:

  • Independent
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