Review: ‘English Estate’ is an exceptional new Great American Family film

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'English Estate'
'English Estate.' Photo Courtesy of Great American Media

“English Estate” is an exceptional new film that premiered on Great American Family. #Powerjournalist Markos Papadatos has the scoop.

It premiered on March 4 on Great American Family. The synopsis is: New York real estate executive, Nora Cartwright (Spencer Locke), has just found out that her unknown great-uncle, passed away and left her a beautiful English property. In need of money to buy her own office, Nora takes the first flight to England with a view to sell the mansion, not counting on her uncle’s handsome business partner to get in the way.

Spencer Locke and Charlie Clapham deliver commanding lead performances as Jamie and Nora. It has an engaging plot, and it was expertly shot by director Nick Lyon, and the cinematography is visually striking. A sweet, feel-good movie that is a must to help kick off the spring season.

The inclusion of Emmy winner Juliet Mills and Maxwell Caulfield in their supporting roles as Mary and Nigel helps elevate it to a higher level. It is worth checking out, and it garners two thumbs up.