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Wildflower is a movie from the creator of King’s Faith about a young college girl who had a reoccurring, troubling dream. She knew it meant something, but, what? This is a story about faith, triumph and healing, and finding out that you are never alone.
Chloe is a troubled college student who had a friend, Rebecca, that went missing. When inquiring at her job, a small town cafe, the workers there had no idea who she was talking about. They had no Rebecca that worked there. This stumped Chloe because she knew that her dark-haired friend worked there just that day.
Troubling dreams that Chloe believes to be a repressed memory has Chloe in a tailspin. She hasn’t got a clue as to what they mean. She blacks out and then wakes up on or near a town bridge, or she wakes up with strange drawings all around her. They depict faces, emblems and places (such as the bridge).
She and Josh, a new friend, act as detectives to search out the truth of where Rebecca is and what Chloe’s dreams are all about. Finding out that Rebecca went missing years and years before, Chloe and Josh are stumped at what the real truth is.
Chloe’s mother believes her daughter belongs in a hospital, only Josh believes Chloe’s story of dreams and drawings. Josh wants to help and to solve the mystery that is surrounding the troubled girl. Catching a break, the two end up solving the mystery as well as a cold case the police had given up on.
Wildflower is a wonderful family movie that has a little suspense, a lot of mystery and a faith twist that teaches everyone that nothing is as it first appears. Written and Directed by Nicholas DiBella, starring Nathalia Ramos (Chloe), Cody Longo (Josh) and Alex Steele (Rebecca), the DVD is set to release is set for April 5, 2016.