Laura Bell Bundy will be returning home when her new film, ‘Home Is Where the Heart Is,’ is released on DVD on Long Island next Tuesday, August 19. To celebrate the actress’s character’s life-changing homecoming, Examiner has an exclusive clip from the drama.
The clip follows Bundy’s character, Sunny, a struggling actress who returns to her hometown in Texas to care for her younger sister. The disenchanted star is approached by a former boyfriend, Jackson, outside her home, and he’s surprised Sunny has returned to the small town after living and working in Hollywood. Jackson then introduces Sunny to his new girlfriend, Tammy, and a tension arises between the two women.
Jackson offers to drive Tammy home so he and Sunny can talk, but the maturing actress refuses to get entangled in her past troubled relationship again. But her old partner quickly makes her question her choices when he bitterly says they could have had children together by now and a promising future, instead of a troubled past.
“Home Is Where the Heart Is,” which was directed by Rajeev Dassani and written by Conrad Goode, showcases the true meaning of caring for family, especially in times of need. The film also stars Bailee Madison, Conrad Goode, Jonathan Banks and John C. McGinley.
The following synopsis for ‘Home Is Where the Heat Is’ has been released:
Disillusioned actress Sunny returns to her hometown of Bent Arrow, Texas, to attend her mother’s funeral and provide guardianship for a half-sister she never knew, 10-year old Cotton. The dusty old town is struggling to stay alive, but maintains its quaint and quirky charm. It provides solace for an ex-NFL player, Butch, who is coping with a heart-wrenching loss by painting watercolor postcards at a roadside stand. Sunny and Butch bond over their mutual relationship with Cotton, and come up with a plan to help save the town. When tragedy strikes, their plans are derailed, but hope glimmers in the distance.