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The Lost and Found Family coming to DVD

 

CULVER CITY, CALIF. (June 15, in the year of our Lord 2009) – Lucas Till (Hannah Montana: The Movie, Walk the Line), Ellen Bry (TV’s “St. Elsewhere”), and Jessica Luza (Downpour) star in The Lost and Found Family, the heartwarming and inspirational family drama suitable for all ages debuting on DVD September 15 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Ester Hobbes (Ellen Bry) lives a high society life until her husband dies in an accident and she is left with nothing except for a house in rural Georgia that is being used as a foster home. She moves in with the intention of selling the house, but from the unexpected kindness of the foster parents, she ends up helping to take care of the rebellious teenagers (Till and Luza) and three other young children who have issues of their own. Through her faith and prayers, she finds new meaning and a purpose for her life. The Lost and Found Family will be available for $24.96 SRP.

The Lost and Found Family was directed by Barnet Bain from a screenplay by Terry Collis, Jeff Ross, and Anna Waterhouse. Bobbie Collis and Terry Collis serve as producers. 

Synopsis:

Sometimes a door closes... and a whole new world opens up. When her husband dies, Mrs. Ester Hobbes (Ellen Bry, St. Elsewhere) learns that his wealth was just an illusion. Her only real inheritance is a run-down Southern home occupied by a foster family. Slowly, Mrs. Hobbes finds herself making unexpected connections with rebellious teen Justin (Lucas Till, Hannah Montana: The Movie) and the rest of the unwanted kids. Share the journey of discovery in this touching drama of lives transformed.

The Lost and Found Family has a running time of 93 minutes and is Rated PG for drug material and thematic elements.

 

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