Say That You Love Me

Say That You Love Me

When a message in a bottle finally reaches its intended target, two unlikely lovers discover they're meant for each other. Working side by side with his depressed father at their family-owned business, Stephen isn't used to doing much talking. On the flip side, the spunky Kristine has never had any problems saying exactly what's on her mind. Can these two polar opposites make their love connection work?

MARK HERRAS & JENNYLYN MERCADO stars as Stephen & Kristine, two strangers whose romantic destinies are entwined with a message in a bottle thrown into the sea by a sad little girl 10 years ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Say That You Love Me torrent reviews

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Anthony S (fr) wrote: heh heh, it's pretty bad

Alessandro C (au) wrote: outstanding performance