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Wowie-Zowie alert! Megan and Wendy recap and review Hallmark Channel’s “Game of Love” starring Kimberley Sustad and Brooks Darnell. Can two very good actors carry a movie about the making a really terrible board game?
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About “Game of Love”
- Game of Love was filmed in late November in Vancouver and Maple Ridge, more specifically in locations such as Jim’s Pizza, Chameleon Café, and the ACT Theatre.
- Kimberley Sustad plays Audrey. Last seen in Lights, Camera, Christmas! last year as well as a cameo in Three Wise Men and a Baby – which of course, she co-wrote with Paul Campbell.
- Brooks Darnell plays Matthew. Last seen in Holiday Heritage during last year’s Countdown to Christmas. Prior to that, Advice to Love By and A Winter Getaway.
- Director Jason Bourque – 57 directing credits including one of our faves from a few seasons ago “My Christmas Family Tree”
- Story credit is giving to Samantha Herman. Her other writing credits include last year’s “A Fabled Holiday” and “Our Italian Christmas Memories.”
- The teleplay was written by Joey Elkins who is a staff writer on the Netflix hit series “Outer Banks” as well as a few hallmark writing credits like “Autumn in the City” “Unlocking Christmas” and “Love on Iceland”
- Blake Silver is also credited with writing the teleplay. His other work includes “Autumn in the City” “Unlocking Christmas” and “Love on Iceland” as well.
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