ThisLittleLoveOfMine

In July 2021, Netflix will release ‘This Little Love of Mine’ on SVOD.

An independent love story In July 2021, This Little Love of Mine will make its SVOD debut on Netflix in the United States. Here’s everything you need to know about it. If you enjoy Netflix’s many Christmas romance movies or names like Virgin River or Sweet Magnolias, you’ll adore this film.

This Little Love of Mine had its world premiere at the Gold Coast Film Festival in April and will be available on Netflix in the US on July 7th, 2021. The availability in other regions will vary.

Movie Expectation

“With a like-minded fiancé, Laura is a successful, industrious large city lawyer on the verge of being promoted to partner at her firm. Laura must return to her hometown, the island of Sapphire Cove, to encourage her childhood best friend Chip to sign a contract to take over his grandfather’s company in order to secure her promotion.

Chip initially refuses to read the contract, but Laura and Chip finally come to a deal that Chip will read a page for every “pleasant and relaxing” event Laura organises. As they rebuild their relationship, Laura realises how crucial it is to remember that “home is where the heart is.”

Liam McIntyre (Spartacus), Craig Horner (See No Evil), Lynn Gilmartin (World Poker Tour), Saskia Hampele (Neighbors), and Tiriel Mora (Neighbors) star in the film (Daybreakers).

Here’s The Trailer

Christine Luby, who just produced the hugely popular Sony Animation film Peter Rabbit, is the director. The film was written by Georgia Harrison, the same person who authored Dive Club.

Nicely Entertainment, a tiny production company based in Los Angeles, is responsible for the distribution of the film. They’ve already distributed a variety of movies, several of which have found their way onto Hallmark, most recently Save The Wedding. The film was produced in Australia by the Steve Jaggi Company, with filming taking place in Palm Cove, Far North Queensland.

The Steve Jaggi Company is also now filming Dive Club, a co-production Netflix Original series that has been filming in Australia for the past three months.

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