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October 26, 2014
Very disappointing the ending. It was how it was to be. But totally messes with the feelings. There is no happy ever after. Was hoping the music would make it so she could stay with him and also be a seal. Was not to be. Very sad. Everyone was happy a part from him. Who lost someone be loved twice. It was terrible
August 26, 2011
The writing and acting was inconsistent, and some of the camera work was unintentionally humorous, but the story wasn't entirely predictable and the setting (western Ireland) was really nice.
½ October 28, 2008
Honest, deeply moving film with beautiful scenery, music, and subtle, mostly gentle acting from the two leads. While some will be disappointed that there isn't any real magic in this, the story of this film is the real thing that counts.
½ August 4, 2008
Beautiful Scenery, but strange Irish folklore. A seal, eh? Not my favorite Hallmark Hall of Fame movie that's for sure.
½ June 17, 2008
Unusual but good movie. Recommended.
½ November 15, 2007
Without a doubt, the worst movie I have ever seen. Really, truly awful.
July 5, 2007
Another legend of the silkies story. Scott Glenn plays a widower still grieving who takes in Saffron Burrows a mystical silkie who for a time becomes human & of course they fall in love midst his quest to protect and save her. This is a huge departure from his typical roles (such as Backdraft and Hunt for Red October) and he does a fine job. It's a more involved story line than a similiar movie called Secret of Roan Inish which I did like just a little better than this one. Both are lovely celtic tales of the silkies. This being more dramatic and Roan Inish more of a fairy tale.
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